400K new ACA enrollees since March 31 deadline; Feds placed too little focus on HealthCare.gov;

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> Nearly 400,000 people have signed up for private health insurance since the official enrollment period ended March 31, reports LifeHealth Pro. The late surge of enrollees brings the total number of those covered to 7.5 million. Article

> Healthcare officials claim one of their biggest mistakes last fall was worrying about hitting their enrollment goal, reports the New York Times. Their main focus should have been on the glitchy and at-times inaccessible HealthCare.gov website. Article

> Hospital Corporation of America, Florida's largest provider of trauma care, will waive trauma fees for uninsured patients, reports the Miami Herald. The fees--averaging $27,644 in the first half of last year--were by far the highest in Florida. Article

 Health Finance News

> More hospitals compensate CEOs based on quality of care and patient outcomes, while fewer organizations hire executives with previous healthcare experience, according to a recently published opinion piece by Mary Grayson, editorial director of the publication Hospitals & Health Networks. Article

> California's hospitals received nearly $367 million in Medicare overpayments in 2012, primarily for inpatient services, the San Francisco Business Times reported. Article

And Finally... America's only Sriracha company may get shut down. Article