High-risk hospitals fail to secure highly radioactive material; High-quality care cuts costs by 14%;

> Many high-risk hospitals are failing to secure highly radioactive material that could be used in a "dirty bomb," according to an analysis by the Government Accountability Office released today. Report

> Rhode Island's second largest hospital network, Care New England, has signed a letter of intent with Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, they announced yesterday. The partnership would create and integrated delivery network that embraces population-based care. Announcement

> High-quality healthcare can cut overall costs by roughly 14 percent, according to a first-of-its-kind analysis of privately insured patients from UnitedHealth Group, FierceHealthPayer reported. Article

> Should hospitals be doing more to stop data breaches? According to cyber-security experts, hospitals have been slow to realize the importance of protecting data, The Houston Chronicle reported. Article

And Finally… Why it's good to watch those old "Seinfeld" episodes. Article