Hospital finances still precarious; EMRs haven't impacted quality, costs yet;

> Hospital finances are improving, but facilities are still struggling to regain momentum after a very difficult 2008, according to a report  by the American Hospital Association. FierceHealthFinance

> A new study has concluded that, at least as of yet, current electronic medical records haven't had a measurable impact on cost or quality. FierceHealthIT

> A group of Ohio nursing students has sued Cincinnati's Christ College of Nursing, arguing that the school backed out of a promise to give them jobs and waive their tuition after 36 months of service. Article

> Two Houston hospitals have begun broadcasting surgeries live in an effort to share information on new medical technologies and demonstrate how they're being used. Article

And Finally... Now we learn what the sages meant when they said "crime doesn't pay." Article

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