MI hospitals to get $6.5M from stimulus, with conditions; Hawaii has best health coverage record;

> Hospitals in Michigan who treat the state's 1.2 million uninsured people can expect to get a $6.5 million boost from the new federal economic stimulus plan in 2009, though a few conditions will be attached. FierceHealthFinance

> Hawaii has the lowest number of uninsured workers aged 19 to 64 according to new U.S. census data, followed by Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. Article

> Remember when house calls were common practice? Well, after nearly disappearing all together, it appears they are making somewhat of a comeback. Article

> Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is now being held liable for complications suffered by a patient who underwent liposuction surgery after Dr. Loren J. Borud dozed off during his procedure. Article

And Finally... At least Bernie Madoff was able to make somebody some money. Article

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