Going green, and other goals; Are brand name heart drugs superior?;

> Nick Jacobs, of Hospital Impact, discusses some of the goals he has set for himself as CEO at Windber Medical Center, not the least of which is helping his facility to become more environmentally friendly. Hospital Impact

> Despite the fact that Citigroup had to get bailed out, at least it didn't go under. The company is expected to remain a major player in tax-exempt healthcare finance despite the bailout and recent job cuts. FierceHealthFinance

> Shares of Bothell, WA-based OncoGenex Pharmaceuticals soared this week after the developer unveiled promising mid-stage data for its prostate cancer drug. The key point that caught investors' attention was an average survival time that was 11 months longer for the patients taking the experimental drug than volunteers taking a standard therapy. FierceBiotech

> According to a new review of randomized controlled trials, editorials and commentaries published in today's issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), patients who spend extra cash on brand name heart meds do no better than patients who go the generic route. FiercePharma

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