Americans say: Keep healthcare reform; HHS pressed to release federal exchange premium rates;

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> A new poll finds most adults don't want to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the National Journal reported. About 30 percent want to wait and see how the law takes effect, 27 percent want to provide more money on implementation and 36 percent chose outright repeal. Article

> More healthcare organizations are using Pinterest to connect with their community online while increasing brand recognition, according to iHealthBeat. Healthcare topics that interest the Pinterest audience, which is largely female, include diet, exercise and parenting. Article

> Emergency departments should focus on the needs of frail older people, according to a large international study from the Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine at The University of Queensland, Australia. Announcement

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> Republican lawmakers are pushing the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to disclose premium rate information insurers have submitted to sell policies on the federally-run health insurance exchanges. Article

> With less than 75 days till open enrollment begins for health insurance exchanges, time is running out for education, outreach and enrollment efforts. But states are hitting the ground running, according to a panel discussion last week at the World Congress 4th Annual Leadership Summit on Health Insurance Exchanges in Washington, D.C. Article

And Finally… Sing before you blow out the candles. Article

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