BCBS of Vermont wants to recoup erroneous claim payments; Uber may end up on the hook for employees' health insurance;

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> Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) introduced a bill Thursday that would prevent Congress from extending health insurance subsidies to states that haven't set up their own exchanges in the event of a ruling for the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell, The Hill reports. Article

> Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont wants to recoup more than $500,000 in erroneous payments it made to healthcare providers due to a technical glitch in the state's online health insurance marketplace, VPR reports. Article  

> A recent court ruling may set a precedent that would require popular ride-hailing company Uber to provide health insurance for its employees, according to Forbes. Article

Provider News

> Leaders of two accountable care organizations shared the strategies they use to actively engage patients and improve healthcare delivery and outcomes while reducing costs during Wednesday's preconference session of the sixth annual National ACO Summit in the District of Columbia. Article

Health Finance News

> There are three keynote speakers for this year's Healthcare Financial Management Association's Annual National Institute next week in Orlando, Florida. Their primary focus: The world of healthcare delivery and finance is rapidly shifting beneath everyone's feet. So best be prepared and flexible. Article

And Finally… A brewing controversy. Article