West Wireless CEO steps down; Aetna launches website geared toward brain health;

> Donald Casey resigned as CEO of the San Diego-based West Wireless Health Institute, the health research organization announced late last week, to pursue a job with a yet-to-be-named healthcare company. Casey had served as WWHI's inaugural CEO and will stay on as a director on the organization's board. Announcement

> Aetna has launched a new website loaded with games, videos and other exercises to help improve memory, attention span and stress management, according to a FierceHealthPayer brief. The site measures a person's emotion, thinking, feeling and self-regulation and then matches him or her to certain games and online exercises. Brief

> Medicare spending on medical imaging is down, according to the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission's (MedPAC) annual report, CMIO reports. Since 2006, spending on imaging per Medicare beneficiary has fallen a total of 13.2 percent. Imaging reimbursements have been cut eight times in six years by Congress and the Administration. Article

And Finally... The boss must not have been a Gators fan. Article

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