Aetna, Catalyst Health work toward paying for value; Anthem to provide free college education to employees;

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> UnitedHealthcare announced the results of shareholder voting that took place during the insurer's annual meeting, which included new appointees to the Board of Directors, approval of executive compensation and reinstatement of Deloitte as the insurer's independent registered public accounting firm. Announcement

> Aetna and Catalyst Health Network signed a new contract to improve the quality of care to patients in North Texas. The alignment aims to shift away from paying for volume and instead paying for value. Announcement

> Anthem announced a new initiative through College for America at Southern New Hampshire University that provides an associate's or bachelor's degree at no cost for any of its 55,000 full-time and part-time workers. Announcement

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> Even as the federal government has set aside $101 million to build new community health centers across the country, these clinics' roles and reputations appear to be evolving beyond their traditional definition.  Article

> Although hospitals work to tighten their security measures against drug theft, it can be hard to anticipate theft strategies, according to the Chattanooga Times-Free Press. Article

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