Stimulus bucks may not boost health IT; HFMA offers model charity care policy;

> Will the stimulus bucks get doctors to adopt more health IT tools? Maybe not. In a new survey, 50 percent said the stimulus money wouldn't have much of an effect. FierceHealthIT

> In an effort to help non-profit hospitals position themselves, the Healthcare Financial Management Association has released a model charity care policy. FierceHealthFinance

> A new company-funded study may actually--gasp--have good news to offer on much-criticized diabetes drug Avandia. FiercePharma

> Using antipsychotics in children has always been a bit controversial, though it does seem to offer benefits. Now, an FDA advisory panel is going to take a closer look at commonly used drugs, including Seroquel, Zyprexa and Geodon. FiercePharma

And Finally... More evidence that you're never too old to get what you want. Article

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