Anti-ACA consumers seek help from faith groups; 16 CT execs make more than $1M

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> Patients opposed to the Affordable Care Act are seeking assistance from faith-based nonprofits instead, according to the Washington Post. Article

> Sixteen Connecticut hospital executives make more than $1 million annually, according to the CT Post. Article

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> Hospitals are pushing back against audits conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the Inspector General, claiming they are redundant and burdensome versions of the lookbacks by recovery audit contractors already underway, AHA News Now reported. Article

> Some hospitals charge rape victims for their forensic examinations and treatment, unsure of how to obtain reimbursements for such services, Kaiser Health News reported. Article

> Hospital charges for ailments that are fairly simple to treat rose dramatically in 2012 compared to 2011, the New York Times reported. Article

And Finally… Stinky cheese. Article

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