ALSO NOTED: UnitedHealthcare rates cardiac programs; Genetic discrimination ban progresses; and much more...

> UnitedHealthcare has kicked off a program under which it rates U.S. hospitals on emergency cardiac care and makes the ratings publicly available. Article

> A bill banning genetic discrimination by insurers continues to progress through the House. Article

> Pennsylvania's Independence Blue Cross is extending its program under which beneficiaries pay no copay for generic drugs. Article

> Nurses at Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital have rejected the hospitals' final offer on salaries and benefits. Article

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