Hillary Clinton would change parts of ACA; Pa. attorney general urged to crack down on Highmark, UPMC;

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> Hillary Clinton told the Des Moines Register in an interview this weekend that while she supports the Affordable Care Act as a whole, if elected president she would fix some aspects of it, such as the "family glitch" that prevents some low-income families from qualifying for subsidies. Article

> Public-private alignment between state health agencies and commercial health plans allows both entities to nudge providers toward a more value-based payment and delivery system, according to a Health Affairs blog post. Post

> Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has made some promising proposals, but she also must simply step up and take charge to solve the increasingly bitter feud between Highmark and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, according to an opinion piece from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Article

Provider News

> CVS Health Corp. will expand its reach in the retail health business by acquiring Target Corp.'s clinics and pharmacies for $1.9 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. Article

Health Finance News

> The U.S. Supreme Court has the healthcare sector on pins and needles regarding its decision in the King v. Burwell case, which could strip tax credit subsidies from millions of Americans. As a result, the Healthcare Financial Management Association has offered advice to hospitals on how to handle an adverse decision. Article

And Finally… The Notorious RBG. Article