Humana, Wal-Mart expand healthcare access; OIG to examine hospital executive pay caps;

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> Humana is expanding access to care by opening two Humana Health & Well-being Centers for its members and the general public in Wal-Mart stores Alamo City, Texas, the San Antonio Business Journal reported. Article

> Moody's Investors Service said recent proposed Affordable Care Act changes would be "further credit negatives for health insurers" selling exchange plans, according to Marketwatch. Article

> California exchange officials have placed the Connect for Health Colorado director on paid administrative leave after learning she was indicted for stealing from her previous employer, The Denver Post reported. Article

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> The Office of the Inspector General intends to study whether caps on the compensation of hospital executives could have an impact on future costs to the Medicare program. Article

> The Connecticut Hospital Association is pushing its members to disclose the fees they charge to patients prior to treatment, the Hartford Courant reported. Article

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