Indiana requests MLR waiver; Texas votes to join interstate compact;

> Indiana is the latest state to request a waiver from the medical-loss ratio requirement, noting that nearly 10 percent of the state's health plans have withdrawn from the market. Article

> The Texas House has voted to allow the state to join a proposed interstate compact that would let members individually decide how to structure and disburse federal healthcare benefits. Article

> Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida inadvertently mailed some member health statements to incorrect prior addresses. BCBSF has evaluated its processes and made the appropriate changes to prevent this error from reoccurring. Financial information such as social security numbers or dates of birth was not part of the mailings sent to the wrong addresses. Article

And Finally... She isn't a doctor--she just plays one on TV. But wouldn't you love to hear Olivia Wilde's views on universal healthcare? Article

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