House passes Medicare anti-fraud bill; Ohio regulators hope to entice health insurers to resume offering child-only policies;

> The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Strengthening Medicare Anti-Fraud Measures Act, which would give federal officials more power to bar companies or executives from future participation in Medicare, Health News Florida reports. The bill goes next to the Senate. Article

> Ohio's insurance regulators plan to issue an emergency rule to entice health insurers to reverse decisions to stop offering child-only policies on the individual market, according to Columbus Business First. Article

> Gary St. Hilaire has been named president of Capital BlueCross. Press Release

> WellPoint is among companies recognized on the 2010 InformationWeek Top Technology Innovators. Press release

> The addition of 30 million new people to the healthcare system could overburden doctors and lead to more liability claims, according to National Underwriter. Article

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