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> A Detroit doctor accused of administering unnecessary chemotherapy is fighting to keep practicing medicine, MLive reported.

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> Foreign-trained physicians could help ease the looming doctor shortage, but are stymied by the long and cumbersome process for becoming licensed in the U.S., FierceHealthcare reported.

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> Almost 70 percent of uninsured consumers with pre-existing conditions haven't yet decided whether they will buy coverage when the health insurance exchanges open in October, FierceHealthPayer reported.

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> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, in issuing a response to their Request for Information (RFI) on accelerating health information exchange (HIE) and interoperability Wednesday, released their principles and strategy, taking an "incremental yet comprehensive" approach and steps to "encourage" widespread "voluntary" use, FierceEMR reported.

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