Doctors feel gov't will use EMRs against them; Merck's rotavirus vaccine a big success;

> Yet another reason why electronic medical records haven't "taken" with many doctors--apparently, some feel that the government will use the data to impose further controls on their practice. FierceHealthIT

> A new CDC report concludes that Merck's new rotavirus vaccine has had a major impact on the disease in the last two years, pushing the start of the rotavirus season back by three months and reducing the severity of the season by half. FierceVaccines

> Struggling to improve its liquidity, Hospital Partners of America has put one of its facilities in Houston on the market. Article

> Pharmaceutical giant Bayer is looking at China's drug market, anticipating that it will see 20 percent-plus annual growth there for each of the next five years. FiercePharma

And Finally... We all have talkative friends, but this may be a world record. Article

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