Sebelius reaches out to new governors for reform support; MedPAC warns of HMO-like backlash to ACOs;

> Texas faces a precipitous funding drop for Medicaid in late 2011, based in part on changes in its funding formula and the drying up of stimulus funds, reports Kaiser Health News. Article

> Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is reaching out to Republican governors to ensure reform is enacted at the state level, reports Politico. Article

> MedPAC warns of a potential "HMO-like" backlash to ACOs, according to Becker's Hospital Review. Article

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