Insurers, consumer advocates clash over benefits brochure; Linkwell offers coupon program;

> Insurance industry and consumer advocates are clashing over how to summarize their plans in a health benefits brochure, reports Politico. Article

> CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield plans to lower commissions for its brokers who work with small employers--those with two to 50 workers--by 15 percent, starting next year, reports the Baltimore Business Journal. Article

> Linkwell Health and Premera Blue Cross are providing a new coupon program for members with chronic health conditions to help encourage healthy eating and lifestyle habits. Article

And finally ... Everything is bigger in Texas, even preemies. Article

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