Dr Anonymous hosts this week's edition of the venerable medblog roundup. I think the new "Top 10 and Then the Rest" model is becoming the "new normal" (although the Doc actually has a Top 5). "The rest" includes some 38 posts, so there's bound to be something to pique your interest.
We are major advocates of transparency in health care, so I especially liked this post at Running a Hospital. It's actually the personal blog of the "CEO of a large Boston hospital," which is pretty cool in itself. The CEO, Paul Levy, posts on his hospitals venture in publicy disclosing outcome rates for infections (and yes, it's a bit dated, but still relevant).