ACA ads to reach uninsured during Winter Olympics; React to healthcare change like an NFL quarterback;

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> UnitedHealth Group's data services subsidiary, Optum, which helped solve some of the more complicated technical problems with HealthCare.gov in November, now will help resolve lingering problems with Minnesota's exchange, MNsure, the Star Tribune reported. Article

> The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services bought advertising time in markets with high rates of uninsured people to air during the Winter Olympics Feb. 7 through Feb. 23, according to Politico Pro. Article

> Aetna's pharmacists, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists and pain specialists are working together across pharmacy and medical benefit plans to fight prescription drug abuse, the insurer announced Thursday. Announcement

Healthcare Leadership News

> Healthcare communicators can learn a lot about public relations and social media from job candidates, wrote Nancy Cawley Jean, a senior media relations officer for the Lifespan health system in Rhode Island. Blog Post

> Providers looking to become leaders in a transformed healthcare delivery system should follow the lead of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, wrote Kent Bottles, M.D, a lecturer at the Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health. Blog Post

And Finally... Beer to the rescue. Article

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