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    • The Hartford Courant, April 11, 2014
      HAMDEN — U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro announced Friday she will introduce legislation to tighten restrictions on insurers that sell Medicare Advantage plans, giving patients more advance notice when insurers change their physician networks.
    • HealthWorks Collective
      CMS has reversed its original proposal to cutback Medicare Advantage plan reimbursement for 2015. The reversal is a result of aggressive lobbying from organizations such as the American Medical Association.
    • CHICAGO, April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), the nation's largest customer-owned health insurer, collaborated with hundreds of community partners to improve the health and wellness of more than 6.7 million children in less than three years.

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    • HHS.Gov ; April 04,2014
      Because of the Affordable Care Act, 7.1 million people have signed up for quality, affordable, private health insurance options in the Health Insurance Marketplace through March 31. And, according to a new CMS report released today, 3 million additional individuals enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP through the end of February 2014 compared to enrollment before the Health Insurance Marketplace opened on October 1, 2013.
    • ROCKVILLE, Maryland, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- ROCKVILLE, Maryland, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

      Infosys Public Services, Inc. , a US based subsidiary of Infosys , today announced that it has been selected by Prime Therapeutics LLC (Prime Therapeutics), a leading pharmacy benefit manager (PBM), to set up a testing center of excellence (COE) and consolidate the delivery of its application testing services as part of a new three-year contract.

      HCSC subsidiaries include Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans of Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. In the last three years, several of the large Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans have altered their policies to begin paying for Aerocrine's test. Aerocrine's test is now reimbursed by the three largest Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies in the United..
    • The Washington Post , By Susan Jaffe, Published: March 23
      Federal officials are considering new Medicare Advantage rules to help protect seniors when insurers make significant reductions to their networks of doctors and other health-care providers.
    • March 15, 2014 By Alex Wayne Bloomberg News
      WASHINGTON — In Maine, the insurer that has enrolled the most Affordable Care Act customers isn’t the state’s well-established Blue Cross Blue Shield plan, owned by WellPoint Inc.
    • Yakima Herald, March 12, 2014
      SEATTLE — The average age of people signing up for health insurance through the state of Washington exchange has dropped a little since the state began ramping up its marketing to those under 35, according to numbers released Tuesday by the federal government.

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