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> As companies like Walgreens and UnitedHealth seek to make greater investments in digital apps, it would make sense for them to try to acquire WebMD, according to a post from a Forbes contributor. However, WebMD now says it's not in negotiations to be acquired. Post

> Former New York City schools Chancellor Joel Klein has joined Oscar Insurance Corp. as its chief policy and strategy officer, the Wall Street Journal reports. Article

> A newly filed lawsuit accuses the Idaho Department of Insurance of failing to properly notify patients with developmental disabilities about cuts to reimbursement rates for in-home care, the Idaho Statesman reports. Article

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> The American Hospital Association has called on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission to retract its recommendation to reduce readmission rates for hospitals that participate in the 340B Drug Pricing Program by 10 percent. Article

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> Lawmakers are growing impatient with the Department of Veterans Affairs over its electronic benefits management system, according to a report from Nextgov. Article

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