Why it's the perfect time to start developing ACOs; Medical school gives every student an iPod Touch;

> Now is the perfect time for providers to start developing Accountable Care Organization plans, according to a white paper from Computer Sciences Corp. FierceHealthIT

> The University of Central Florida's medical school gives every student an iPod Touch to help with diagnoses, the Orlando Sentinel reports. In contrast, Stanford gives out iPads. Article

> Virtua, the owner and operator of four New Jersey hospitals, named Ninfa Saunders as president and COO of the company, according to the Burlington County Times. Article

> An armored truck in a loading dock area at DeKalb Medical Center in Atlanta was robbed of an undisclosed amount of money by two men who fled in a U-Haul truck, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Article

> Palm Drive Hospital in Sebastopol, Calif., named Richard Polheber, former CEO of Carondelet Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Ariz., its new CEO, the North Bay Business Journal reports. Article

And Finally... Here's one way to impress a date. Article

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