Aetna officials describe lessons learned with drug benefit plan design; Clinton plans to discuss ACA during campaign events;

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> During a conference this month, two Aetna officials discussed what the company learned after changes it made to its 2015 Medicare drug benefit plan drew complaints from enrollees and pharmacists and ultimately led the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to levy a penalty against it, according to a post on Bloomberg's Health Care Blog. Post

> The wave of populism that is currently defining the 2016 presidential race and other institutions took hold of the healthcare industry before it rose to prominence in politics, Robin Strongin, founder of Disruptive Women in Health Care, writes in a guest commentary for The Hill. Commentary

> Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton plans to outline her proposed tweaks to the Affordable Care Act as well as criticize Republicans' opposition to the law during campaign events this week, the Washington Post reports. Article

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> ​Hospitals and healthcare providers are uniquely positioned to address and raise awareness of the effects of climate change. Currently, many hospitals around the country are not only attempting to reduce their environmental footprint, but also ready their facilities and personnel for the challenges posed by climate change. Article

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> The National Institutes of Health is moving forward with plans to enroll 1 million volunteers for U.S. President Barack Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative. Article

And finally… She'll clean up City Hall. Article

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