Humana fined $500K for not cooperating with discrimination probe; Former HHS secretary endorses Hillary Clinton

> Florida has fined Humana $500,000 for not cooperating with an investigation into allegations that the insurance giant discriminated against HIV/AIDS patients enrolled on the company's plans, Louisville Business First reports. Article

> Former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has endorsed Hillary Clinton, saying she feels Clinton would be best suited to handle issues important to women, children and families, according to PoliticoArticle

> Three industry insiders give their views on whether the ACA should be applied to undocumented workers, in a piece from Insurance Business America. Article

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> Demand for virtual visits from specialists is high among patients with Parkinson's disease, a recent study found, but broadband access remains a major barrier for many to receive the services. Article

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> Prices for common medical procedures vary widely and hospitals are not readily prepared to give price information, and according to the survey of 54 hospitals, prices varied widely for an MRI of the left knee without contrast--about as basic a procedure as possible. Article

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