Fired radiologist hacks Connecticut hospital's PACS; AHA, Florida doctor express thoughts on health reform;

> A radiologist fired in February from a medical group that contracts with Griffin Hospital in Derby, Conn., reportedly hacked into the 160-bed hospital's PACS for a month following his termination. FierceHealthIT

> The American Hospital Association makes no bones about where it stands with regards to the new health reform law. This week, the group roughly $1 million on an advertising campaign thanking 16 House of Representatives members for who voted for the bill. Press release

> And on the flip side, Florida-based urologist Dr. Jack Cassell has made his anti-reform stance very clear. A sign taped up this week in Cassell's office reads as follows: "If you voted for Obama, seek urologic care elsewhere. Changes to your healthcare begin right now. Not in four years." Article

And Finally... She was a regular customer. Why wouldn't she stick around to get her hair done? Article

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