Concord Hospital vows no more NH layoffs; Nuns not in hospital leadership;

> Adding to the debate about overuse of radiation risk to patients and physicians' overtesting, CT scan use to spot appendicitis is soaring, reports Reuters. Article

> Unlike some states, Georgia public health officials can't track hospital infections, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Article

> Although other New Hampshire hospitals have announced a string of layoffs across the state, Concord Hospital says it will not, reports WMUR. Report

> St. Francis Hospital in Delaware recovered a thumb drive that contained the records of 474 maternity patients, reports The News Journal. An anonymous sender returned the thumb drive to the home of a physician, who did not realize it was missing. Article

> Sanford is planning on a new $360 million medical center in Fargo, N.D., reports InForum. Article

> Nuns are a "dying breed" in hospital leadership, reports the New York Times. Article

And Finally... Rah roh! More dog-nappers on the loose. Article

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