Blues plan revamps program after $300K fraud; Aetna pressured to disclose political spending;

> Aetna is being pressured by the New York state comptroller to publicly disclose its political spending, including both direct and indirect funds. New York Comptroller Tom DiNapoli filed a shareholder resolution asking the insurer to reveal contributions it provides to so-called "dark money" and organizations like American Action Network and U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Article

> After members of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City's wellness program committed fraud by falsely claiming to have participated in certain activities to receive financial rewards, the insurer says it has revamped its program so it can continue offering health and wellness incentives. Article

> WellPoint has begun operating its own doctor's offices and clinics to help reduce alarmingly high hospital readmission rates throughout the country. Article

And Finally… Bad mood? Take out the trash. Article

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