IL medical center agrees to pay $36 million settlement; Study finds radiologists should see patients' faces;

> A medical center in Libertyville, IL, has voluntarily admitted that it accepted federal payments illegally, and agreed to pay a $36 million settlement. Article

> A study from Israel shows that radiologists' files might benefit from having a picture of the patient included: incidental findings rose 80 percent among radiologists who had a picture of the patient while reviewing the CT scans. Article

> The trust fund for Medicare Part A was already on track to becoming insolvent by 2019, but the bad economy may move that up by one to three years. Article

> LA Governor Bobby Jindal gave lawmakers the first look at his sweeping Medicaid proposal, despite critics questioning the timing. Article

And Finally... Do your teachers still remember you 70 years later? Article

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