Highmark spent $6M on CEO compensation; New Hampshire residents unaware of emerging insurance markets;

News From Around the Web:

> Highmark spent $6 million to compensate three chief executives last year, reported the Insurance & Financial Advisor. Former CEO Kenneth Melani received nearly $4 million in 2012, current CEO William Winkenwerder Jr. received $1.87 million in total compensation and interim CEO J. Robert Baum earned $310,725. Article

> New Hampshire residents aren't aware of new and emerging health insurance markets in the state, reported Live Insurance News. Article

Health Provider News:

> A patient financial services director admitted to stealing at least $5,000 from a Lake County, Fla., hospital and its patients. Article

> The number of hospitalists is soaring--and so is the number of lawsuits being filed against them. Article

Health IT News:

> Telehealth programs aren't cost effective for treating patient with chronic health problems. Article

> The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has reassured Congress and the mHealth industry at large that the focus of the regulatory agency's oversight will be a "small subset" of mobile medical applications. Article

And Finally… Who wins in the war on aging--men or women? Article

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