Aetna asks members to double-check ED bills; House passes yet another Obamacare repeal, heads to Senate;

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> Aetna is urging about 200,000 policyholders to call the insurer if they get a bill for treatment from emergency care physicians at Allegheny Health Network hospitals, saying the doctors have begun charging patients higher rates in the midst of contract negotiations. Article

> Congress voted on a budget reconciliation bill on Friday that included a repeal of key Affordable Care Act measures, including the individual and employer mandate and the Cadillac tax. It is not likely to pass the Senate. Article

> Mitt Romney is taking credit for the ACA despite voting to repeal it. Romney claims that the ACA would not have been successful had he not established a similar system during his term as governor of Massachusetts. Post

> Iconic eateries and hipster hangouts in the District of Columbia will play a role in the administration's effort to get younger, healthier people to sign up for ACA health plans. Article

Healthcare IT News

> Mount Sinai Health System is looking to take its electronic health record data to the next level by leveraging the increasing participation in accountable care and population health initiatives. Article

> Hospitals are taking a page from retail and other industries by expanding use of technology to cut costs in their supply chains rather than estimating supply inventory. The move could save millions. Article

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