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> Despite the Affordable Care Act's victory with Thursday's King v. Burwell ruling, millions of Americans still choose to remain uninsured, the Wall Street Journal reports. Article

> Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell is one of the most-liked Obama appointees among Republicans, The Hill reports, even given the partisan divide over healthcare reform. Article

> Health insurers may be missing the point on patient engagement and empowerment, argues an article from NerdWallet, a consumer advisory company. Article

Provider News

> Times have not been easy for many independent community hospitals. Yet, some of those organizations have not only survived, but have thrived, according to an article on Hospitals and Health Networks Daily. Article

Health IT News

> Inefficient and unclear communication between hospitals and nursing homes can complicate care, so researchers are looking to the health information exchange to change that, according to research published at Applied Clinical Informatics. Article

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