Goldman Sachs invests $20M in BPL Ltd.; California keeps exchange contracts, records under lock and key;

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> Goldman Sachs is investing in Indian healthcare, hoping to help entrepreneurs expand their potential and global footprint, the Wall Street Journal's MoneyBeat reports. Specifically, they've invested $20 million in Indian electronics maker BPL Ltd., which makes products such as include ultrasound scanners, and fetal Dopplers that are used to check the heartbeat of a fetus. Article

> HealthIT.gov recently posted a new infographic on its site illustrating the increase in electronic health records and other health IT tools by providers across America. Infographic

Medical Imaging News

> Policy changes by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that resulted in MRI reimbursement cuts are dramatically affecting radiology groups, according to a recent article in Diagnostic Imaging. As reported last month in FierceMedicalImaging, adjustments made by the Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services concerning room use time in 2013 have resulted in dramatically reduced reimbursements for two MRI codes: CPT code 73721 (lower extremity joint MRI) and 73221 (upper extremity joint MRI). Article

Health Insurance News

> The California agency responsible for developing and running the health insurance exchange has been extremely secretive about its contracts and records, keeping information about hundreds of millions of dollars it has spent away from the public--and insurers selling plans on the exchange. Article

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