Health systems face competition in selling medical office buildings; Companies asking for money back on 'overpayments';

> While a growing number of health systems are preparing to sell their medical office buildings to raise some cash, they're going to face some stiff competition, as many of their competitors are trying the same thing. FierceHealthFinance

> Doctors beware: Self-insured companies have begun to look at what they're paying you, and at least one has been demanding money back for what it says are overpayments. FierceHealthFinance

> Brace yourself: Pfizer seems to be doing something generous. The company has announced that it will give away drugs for free to unemployed Americans and their families who've lost health insurance. FiercePharma

> A pharma market analysis firm is arguing that despite billions in turnaround efforts, the industry should spend another $15 billion in promotion efforts to build up sales. FiercePharma

And Finally... If I were going to spend years creating a piece of art, I doubt Alfred E. Neuman would be involved. Article

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