Small security breaches likely to be more common; Heart surgeon offers to buy bankrupt hospital;

> The deal between All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla. and Johns Hopkins Health System is not yet complete because due diligence has taken longer than expected, the St. Petersburg Times reports. Article

> A heart surgeon in New Jersey offered to buy Lower Bucks Hospital for $31 million, the Bucks County Courier Times reports. Article

> Expect incidences of small security breaches to rise, according to Kroll Security Services, FierceHealthIT reports. Article

> Steven Thompson was named CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine International, the part of Johns Hopkins Medicine that manages Johns Hopkins Medicine's growing international businesses, the JHU Gazette reports. Article

> An Iowa doctor surrendered his state medical license after being convicted on grand theft and racketeering charges relating to his treatment of people with HIV and AIDS, the Iowa Independent reports. Article

And Finally... Maybe it was in a witness protection program. Article

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