Feds make progress uncovering healthcare fraud; CEO resigns after public backlash over 81 percent pay hike;

> The Obama administration's attempts to root out healthcare fraud are paying off, Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday, the Associated Press reports. In Massachusetts, the feds have recovered more than $4 billion over the past two years. Article

> After public backlash over news that the CEO of Southlake Regional Health Centre in Toronto had his pay raised by 81 percent over the past five years, he resigned, the Toronto Sun reports. He claims he is moving on to a new job. Article

> St. Joseph's/Candler, a health system in Savannah, Ga., fired workers for taking a digital photo of a patient's pelvic region, then texting the picture by cell phone and posting it to Facebook, the Morris News Service reports. Article

> Brookwood Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala., is suing to prevent Trinity Medical Center--also Birmingham based--from moving into an unfinished HealthSouth building on U.S. 280, the Birmingham News reports. Article

> The board at Beaufort Regional Health System in Washington, N.C., will change how it collects accounts receivable in order to improve its negotiating position, the Washington Daily News Online reports. Four potential partners are courting the system. Article

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