Majority of Americans say 'keep ACA'; California board issues licensing alerts against docs;

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> The majority of Americans want to keep the Affordable Care Act as is or make changes to improve it, however, public opinion was largely unaffected by the news that 8 million people enrolled in health insurance coverage, according to a CNN/ORC International survey. Article

>  The Medical Board of California issued licensing alerts against five San Diego doctors accused of everything from abusing alcohol or illegal drugs to having sex with a patient and gross negligence, NBC San Diego reported. Article

>  One year after revenue losses and lack of patients forced Allen Parish Hospital in Kinder, Louisianna to cut emergency care, the emergency department reopened to treat patients, the Associated Press reported. Article

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> Promoting health among members can help lower claims costs and improve overall health, reports the International Travel & Health Insurance Journal. Article

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> Amid the push to more quickly get the results from federal IT projects, five federal agencies--including U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and the Department Veterans Affairs--have not fully met requirements for incremental development, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office. Article

And finally… Mooving on. Article  

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