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Teaching Hospital Update - June 16-20, 2014


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June 20, 2014

Curated by Ben Daniels (Foley & Lardner LLP, Boston, MA), a member of AHLA's Young Professional Council; edited by Amy Kaufman (Jones Day, Washington, DC).

New Weapon in Cancer Battle - The county's first cancer hospital is hiding behind the growing blue-green facade of University of California, San Diego's Jacobs Medical Center. When the ten-story, $839 million facility opens in 2016, the Pauline and St...  
No Residency Requirement for Assistant Doctors in Bills - Medical school graduates who have not yet completed residency could see patients in underserved areas of Missouri under legislation drawing fire from some national healthcare groups. Both the Ameri...  
Hospitals Financing Plan Questioned - The Jindal administration's new financing plan for private takeover of Louisiana State University hospitals has attracted more questions from the federal health agency. The state Medicaid agency quickly responded to the ...  
Senator Warren, Mayor Walsh Press for Increased National Institutes of Health Funding (Video) - U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) stood in front of a room full of cancer patient advocates and cancer researchers on Monday, reciting a goal that has been spoken repeatedly around this cityfunding for...  
Addressing the Physician Shortage Through Medical Schools - In order to address the physician shortage in the United States and increase health care access in underserved areas, the American Medical Association (AMA), voted to support innovative education mo...  
Vanderbilt, MissionPoint Announce Partnership  
Health Survey Ranks United States Last Among Rich Peers 

Pfizer Adopts Different Style for New Research Center 

Medical School Selectivity and Residency Shortfall May Worsen Doctor Shortage  
STAT - Newsroom 

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