California could the first state to offer health coverage to illegal immigrants; Humana to rebrand wellness program as Go365

> California could be the first state in the nation that provides health coverage to illegal immigrants through its state exchange, the Los Angeles Times reports. Article

> Maine Sen. Tom Saviello has narrowly secured approval of his proposal to expand the state's Medicaid system, MaineCare, according to the Bangor Daily News. But the victory is a limited one, as the measure is likely to face a veto by Maine's Republican Gov. Paul LePage. Article

> Starting next year, Humana will rebrand its wellness program, HumanaVitality, as Go365, and will offer enhanced features, including rewards for healthy activities and achievements. Announcement

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> Despite the push to transition healthcare to value-based care, physicians continue to generate millions of revenue for hospitals. Article

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> A disconnect between health IT configurations and organizational workflow topped the ECRI Institute's 2016 list of top 10 patient safety concerns. Article

And finally… All hands on deck. Article

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