Blue Cross of Idaho launches price comparison tool; Pennsylvania to establish state-run marketplace if federal subsidies are overturned;

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> Blue Cross of Idaho launched a cost comparison tool recently that lets consumers search their medical needs and then provides the cost for a specific provider and location, according to The tool shows the consumer exactly how much the service will cost, including how much their insurance will cover. Article

> Over 70.5 million individual enrolled in Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Plans as of February, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced. That total includes nearly 12 million enrollees since the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion went into effect. Announcement

> Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) announced Friday that his state will establish its own health insurance marketplace should the Supreme Court strike down federal subsidies in King v. Burwell, reported Reuters. Wolf's intent is to protect the 382,000 residents who rely on subsidized coverage. Article

Healthcare Provider News

> Though new models of healthcare delivery increasingly focus on collaboration, medical education still does not adequately teach aspiring doctors how to work effectively with a team of caregivers, writes Dhruv Khullar, M.D., in a post for the New York Times' Well blog. Article

> In stark contrast to the healthcare industry's increasing efforts to curb emergency department overuse, the American College of Emergency Physicians says new research proves how much Americans value their access to emergency care, even though they often face steep barriers to such access. Article

And finally … Space's first espresso machine takes flight. Article