Indiana Hospital Association launches pricing website; Judge strikes down home healthcare worker protections;

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> The Indiana Hospital Association has launched a new website that allows users to compare hospital prices statewide, WBIW reported. Article

> A federal judge in the District of Columbia. has struck down an Obama administration rule guaranteeing minimum wages and overtime for home healthcare workers, saying that Congress is the appropriate venue for making such a change, according to the Associated Press. Article

> Alaska is the most expensive state to purchase individual health insurance coverage, while Arizona and New Mexico are the cheapest, Kaiser Health News reported. Article

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Members of the National Nurses United union are joining a growing number of industry voices that decry the increasing amount of violence that healthcare workers face on a daily basis, reports ABC News' Tampa, Florida, affiliate. Article

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> With the increasing popularity of telehealth services, providers need to ensure they have the proper technology in place to make those services productive, according to a commentary published in Computerworld. Article

And finally... Ouch. Article

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