Despite problems, e-prescribing on the rise; Up to 45K doctors could get big EMR incentive payments;

> Use of electronic prescribing technology is on the rise in physician offices, despite the fact that it still can be hard to use. FierceHealthIT

> As many as 45,000 physicians could qualify for Medicaid EMR subsidies of up to $63,750 under the new stimulus law, according to a George Washington University study. FierceEMR

> Facing a specialist shortage? Why, just fill the gap with robots. That's what the Lahey Clinic is doing, anyway. FierceMobileHealthcare

> A new report from the Connecticut Hospital Association detailing the group's community benefit spending may have exaggerated the hospitals' beneficence just a little, tiny bit. FierceHealthFinance 

And Finally... In the U.K., it seems, professional witchery can be a lucrative gig. Article

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