Should Steve Jobs lead the health reform charge?; Poll concludes that the most educated Americans support Obama's reform plan;

> Hospital Impact's Anthony Cirillo thinks he knows of just the man to lead the healthcare reform effort: Apple CEO Steve Jobs? Post

> Health Populi's Jane Sarasohn-Kahn is concerned by the fact that support for President Obama's health reform plan tends to skew to the most educated Americans, according to a Harris Poll conducted last month. "[P]erhaps the complexity of the health system and outline of health reform has been just too obtuse and customer un-friendly to the public-at-large," she says. Post

> Another week, another study on EMR adoption. On Wednesday--the first anniversary of the enactment of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act--Irvine, Calif.-based research firm SK&A published a report saying that 36.1 percent of physician offices have some form of electronic medical record. That's 3.2 percentage points greater than the 32.9 percent adoption rate reported in February 2009. FierceEMR

And Finally... Hopefully there won't be any lions running around at HIMSS10. Article

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