Ultrasound machines stolen from Pennsylvania hospitals sold on eBay; Lax state oversight of sex-offender doctors in Illinois;

> A paramedic has been charged with stealing several ultrasound machines from Pennsylvania hospitals and selling them on eBay, ABC reports. One stolen machine was traced to Argentina. Article

> Emory Healthcare and St. Joseph's Health System called off partnership talks after a second attempt to create a joint venture, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Article

> Kindred Healthcare has named Jeffrey Winter as executive vice president and president of its hospital division, Business First of Louisville reports. Article

> State oversight of sex offender doctors in Illinois is lax, according to an investigation by the Chicago Tribune. Officials rarely see the 180 physicians and chiropractors on probation, instead relying on self-report of good behavior. Article

> Three hospitals groups are competing to build a new hospital in Fort Mill, S.C., again, the Charlotte Observer reports. Article

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