Rick Scott revisits Washington to seek hospital funding; ACA program helps women, cuts healthcare costs;

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> Florida Gov. Rick Scott revisited Washington again this week, seeking an extension of the federal funding program for safety-net hospitals, but his tactics have drawn criticism, the Associated Press reported. Article

> The  Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting program, created by the Affordable Care Act, is providing self-sufficiency for new mothers and cutting healthcare costs, according to Kaiser Health News. Article

> If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down premium subsidies next month, it won't actually affect members of Congress, who might have some explaining to do about a particular loophole in the Affordable Care Act, the New York Times reported. Article

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> In order to uncover what the healthcare industry wants to keep hidden, simply ask the tight-knit, hard-working professionals who experience the highs and lows of hands-on patient care every day--nurses. Article

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> A laptop and two hard drives were stolen from the car of an Indiana State Medical Association administrator on Feb. 13, exposing personal information of nearly 40,000 members of its group health and life insurance plans. Article

And finally...Affordable Care Act critic doesn't buy insurance, now has to crowdfund his care. Article

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