High-deductible plans pose no extra risk to medically vulnerable; California fire stations serve as health clinics;

> The U.S. Supreme Court holds back on expediting Virginia's healthcare reform challenge, according to Bloomberg. Article

> A new RAND study suggests that vulnerable individuals in high-deductible health plans are at no greater risk for cutting back on care than non-vulnerable enrollees, reports the Wall Street Journal. Article

> California fire stations will double as health clinics to cut down on ER visits, reports the Oakland Tribune. Article

And Finally... Too late for the ER. Article

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