Texas medical center reopens after bomb scare; More than 98% of Massachusetts residents have insurance;

> University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas is naming its University Hospital, now under construction, after former Gov. William P. Clements Jr., the organization announced Thursday. The 460-bed The William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital is worth $800 million and scheduled to open in late 2014. Announcement

> After a bomb scare regarding a suspicious item in the emergency room trash can, McAllen (Texas) Medical Center reopened, reported Action 4 News. Although investigators thought the call likely was a prank, they took all precautions. Article

> Christine Cassel will step down as president and CEO of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the ABIM Foundation when her term ends in July 2013, according to an ABIM announcement. Cassel said she made the decision more than a year in advance to ensure a successful leadership transition. Announcement

> More than 98 percent of Massachusetts residents have health insurance and paying for premiums at 5 percent less than last year, reported UPI. With such statistics, Massachusetts healthcare leaders claim the state is set to lead efforts for improving access and controlling costs. Article

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