Millions of mentally ill patients don't receive coordinated treatment; CMS replaces two top execs;

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> Hospital vendor Isis Parenting has ended prenatal and early parenting classes, leaving several Boston hospitals rushing to staff tours of maternity wards and create room for childbirth classes, according to the Boston Business Journal. Article

> Nearly two million mentally ill or developmentally disabled Americans have difficulty obtaining coordinated treatment, according to the Wall Street Journal. Article (subscription required)

> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced the replacement of the two top executives who left the agency in the wake of the disastrous HealthCare.gov rollout, the Washington Post reports. Article

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> Three prominent insurers lead the list of FlexJobs' top 100 companies for work-from-home opportunities in 2013, including UnitedHealth Group (ranked at No. 2), Aetna (No. 4) and Humana (No. 7), according to Employee Benefits Advisor. Article

> Hospital emergency rooms have become the new front line of Affordable Care Act enrollment, reported Kaiser Health News in collaboration with National Public Radio. Article

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