Grassley still on pharma's back; Tenet explains baby boomer strategy;

> If pharmaceutical companies thought they were done with the scourge of Sen. Charles Grassley, they've got another think coming. His latest target? Funding for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, a lobbying group funded more than half by pharma dollars. FiercePharma

> Tenet Healthcare has released its strategy for keeping profitable in the face of caring for waves of Medicare-fueled baby boomers. The central idea: pick out key DRGs and do a particularly good job of managing those. FierceHealthFinance

> If there's a problem, someone will come up with an iPhone application to solve it. That's true even of the swine flu, which has barely hit the American mind. FierceMobileHealthcare

> The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is going where few foundations do: handing out grants to researchers with big, dangerous ideas, as many as 90 percent of which will fail. FierceBioResearcher 

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