Coding errors account for 17,000 'pregnant men'; Former West Wireless CEO joins Cardinal Health;

> Are 17,000 British men really pregnant? Of course not! But medical coding errors have listed them as such, according to an article in The Washington Post. According to the newspaper, a letter published this week in the British Medical Journal brings attention to the plight of incorrectly entered codes. Article

> Fifty veterans are being offered jobs with telemedicine provider MD247 as part of the company's "Hiring our Heroes" program. The jobs will be associated with healthcare administration or the call center, according to the Tampa, Fla.-based company. Announcement

> Donald Casey, former CEO of the Gary and Mary West Wireless Health Institute, has been named CEO of the Medical Segment for Dublin, Ohio-based Cardinal Health. Casey had been WWHI's first CEO, and will continue to serve on its board of directors. Announcement

And Finally... Why did the rooster cross the road? Apparently because he likes to live dangerously. Article

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