Congressional democrats seek to counteract Hobby Lobby ruling; Hershey CEO leaves for Aetna;

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> Congressional Democrats introduced a bill that would overturn the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, Politico reports. Article

> Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center CEO Harold L. Paz, M.D., will leave his position to become Aetna's executive vice president and chief medical officer, according to Penn Live. Article

> About 25 percent of people who were uninsured last fall have since gained coverage, according to the Urban Institute's Health Reform Monitoring Survey. Announcement

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> Despite being the least populous state by a wide margin, one of Wyoming's largest hospitals faces the same financial realities as acute care providers, prompting it to undertake bold initiatives in order to cut costs. Article

> Group purchasing organizations save hospitals as much as 18 percent on their costs, according to a new survey by the Healthcare Supply Chain Association. Article

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