10 fake reform websites shut down in California; Aetna launches specialty medical home;

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> Aetna has launched a first-of-its-kind patient-centered medical home model for oncology, the insurer announced yesterday. Announcement

> After a month-long investigation, authorities in California shut down 10 fake "Covered California" websites, according to Reuters. Article

> Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants to allow thousands of low-income residents to remain in the state's Medicaid program until April 1, the New York Times reported. Article

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> The United States and the United Kingdom plan to consolidate de-identified data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Food and Drug Administration and the National Health Service, making it available on a cloud-based research platform. Article

> A new initiative launched by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT aims to create a common technical standard to allow prescription drug monitoring programs to share data with health IT tools used by providers for clinical decision support. Article

And Finally.. Some people really need a quiet sleep. Article

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