Hospital administrator let go for poor money management; Illinois sex offender ban takes effect;

> After implementation of the new law that took effect this past weekend, Illinois state officials yesterday permanently revoked the licenses of 11 healthcare workers who were convicted of sex offenses, reports the Associated Press. Article

> The board of Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark., fired administrator Joe Hammond after failing to control spending, reports Area Wide News. The hospital lost $1.3 million in the 2010-2011 fiscal year. Article

> Cleveland Clinic yesterday officially closed the doors to Huron Hospital after 137 years, reports News Net 5. Cleveland Clinic will offer a community health center in its place. Article

> Fifty-five percent of the American public favors the appeal of healthcare reform, according to Rasmussen Reports. Article

> A baby is in critical condition after falling two stories from the parking lot of Children's Hospital of Orange County (Calif.). Police suspect foul play, reports MSNBC. Article

And Finally... Bono denies he was in the hospital. Article

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