Pregnant woman's two babies due a week apart; Cleveland Clinic teams with Illinois hospital to improve care for heart patients;

> A woman in Utah is pregnant with two babies that are due a week apart from each other. The double pregnancy is due to a rare condition didelphys, which translates to "two uteruses." According to KTLA news, the condition was never a factor in the woman's other pregnancies. Article

> The Cleveland Clinic's cardiac surgery program and Illinois-based Central DuPage Hospital are teaming up to offer doctors and patients at the latter facility access to research and clinical trials at the former, notes the Chicago Tribune. Central DuPage patients also will potentially be able to get referrals to the Cleveland Clinic in highly complex cases. Article

> Hospital Impact's Thomas Dahlborg takes a look at both the past and the future of physician reimbursement in his latest blog post, and sees patient-centered medical homes as a step in the right direction. Commentary

> Are you as sick of meaningful use as FierceEMR's Neil Versel? Not likely, as he laments having to eventually read CMS's 864-page rule, released earlier this week. Commentary

And Finally... What about undressing during breaks in meetings? Article