AHA concerned about proposed outpatient proposals; HHS gives $67M for healthcare delivery sites;

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> Maryland's Medicaid program owes the federal government nearly $21 million after an investigation determined it had a 95 percent error rate in Medicaid claims for room and board for developmentally disabled people, the Baltimore Sun reports. Article

> The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has given health centers across the nation $67 million to fund 32 new healthcare delivery sites, which will provide greater access to preventive and primary healthcare. Announcement

> The American Hospital Association has expressed reservations about proposed outpatient payment proposals for 2014, saying further analysis is needed, AHA News Now reports. Article

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> Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett may soon announce he has approved a plan for expansion of Medicaid coverage in the state. Article

> Insurers in states resistant to the healthcare reform law may have fewer customers enrolled in new plans. Article

And Finally… Holy water, Batman? Article

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