4 out of 5 HealthCare.gov enrollees paid premiums in NJ; Breast imaging defenders denounce negative mammo study;

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> Customer payments prove no problem in New Jersey, where four out of five HealthCare.gov enrollees have paid their premiums, The Star-Ledger reported. Article

> WellPoint provided no reason as to why it abruptly fired General Counsel John Cannon, who headed the company for a few months after former CEO Angela Braly resigned in 2012, according to The Journal Gazette. Article

> Health savings accounts (HSA) confuse many Americans, as only 14 percent of roughly 1,000 U.S. adults know an HSA must be paired with a high-deductible health insurance plan, according to a survey conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International. Statement

Medical Imaging News

> Screening mammography advocates and defenders are responding in force to the recent study published in BMJ questioning the value of mammography. Article

> Reimbursement cuts will continue to challenge the medical imaging industry in 2014 (and beyond) and will impact all imaging centers--both freestanding and hospital-based, according to ImagingBiz. Article

And Finally... Don't try the German apple ring cake with rat-filling. Article

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