Norton Healthcare sues University of Louisville; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center withdraws Highmark suit;

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> In Youngstown, Ohio, more than 100 nurses at Northside Medical Center picketed in relation to continuing negotiations over their contract. According to Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association President Eric Williams, the nurses have been working without a contract for more than a year. Article

> Louisville, Ky., provider Norton Healthcare has filed a lawsuit against the University of Louisville over a partnership between two Kentucky children's hospitals. Article

> The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center withdrew its lawsuit accusing Highmark of false advertising against the health system, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Article

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> Members of Congress and state legislators are putting more attention on healthcare navigators, citing privacy concerns as the reason for the increased scrutiny. Article

> The original income eligibility requirements of the Affordable Care Act, in combination with several states' refusal to expand Medicaid, could leave millions of low-income Americans without coverage. Article

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