Measles outbreak in California reaches 59 cases; Virginia wants nurses to submit fingerprints;

News From Around the Web

> Health insurance company Cigna has partnered with Broward Health ACO Services and the Memorial Health Network in Florida to launch collaborative care initiatives that aim to improve healthcare efficiency, reports the South Florida Business Journal. Article

> Fifty-nine confirmed cases of measles are linked to exposure at Disneyland in California and public health officials urge anyone who hasn't received a vaccination to stay away from the theme park,  TheVerge reports. Article

> A new senate bill in Virginia will require applicants for practical and registered nursing licenses to submit fingerprints and personal information in order for organizations to obtain a record of criminal history, reports The News Leader. Article

Health Payer News

> In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama indicated that he will veto attempts to roll back any of his landmark achievements--including the Affordable Care Act, FierceHealthPayer reports. Article

> The federal health insurance exchange might be violating consumers' privacy rights by giving their personal data, including age, income, ZIP code and various health conditions, to third-party sites embedded on HealthCare.gov. Article

And finally… She's not gonna take it anymore. Article

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