Cleveland-based HealthSpan pulls back from individual market; Aetna pushes for healthy sleep habits;

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> HealthSpan, an insurer based out of Cleveland, Ohio, will stop paying brokers commissions for selling small-group and individual policies, has laid off employees in those sales units and will disband its physicians network, Cleveland.com reports. Article

> Though presidential candidate Marco Rubio has taken much of the credit for hamstringing the Affordable Care Act's risk corridor program, interviews and documents show that the strategy and legal case was developed over months of work involving the staffs of Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), and Rep. Fred Upton, (R-Mich), according to the Associated Press. Article

> Under the leadership of its wellness-focused CEO, Mark Bertolini, Aetna has made it a priority to promote healthy sleep habits among its employees, and now is sharing its insight on the subject with the public, the Huffington Post reports. Article

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> When it comes to data in healthcare, the correct use of terminology, while many times overlooked, is every bit as vital to industry success, according to U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials Robert Califf and Rachel Sherman. Article

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> Do hospitals have an obligation to teach their patients about healthcare finance? Yes, says Ginalisa Monterroso, chief executive officer of the Medicaid Advisory Group. Article

And finally… Next stop, MoMA. Article

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