Kaiser has best employer satisfaction; Surgeon defrauded insurers;

> Kaiser Permanente has the highest employer satisfaction, according to the latest J.D. Power and Associates study. California's largest nonprofit health plan received 716 out of 1,000 total points, while UnitedHealthcare scored 661 points and WellPoint received 655 points, reported the Los Angeles Times. Article

> A colorectal surgeon, who owned and operated a New York medical clinic, has been found guilty of fraudulently billed Medicare and several private insurers for $22.6 million for surgeries and other medical procedures that he never performed, according to the Department of Justice. Some of the private insurers, the names of which weren't disclosed, began investigating Boris Sachakov after receiving complaints from members. Statement

> Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan will continue to provide two health reform provisions, allowing young adults to remain on their parents' insurance plans and covering preventive services, The Boston Globe reported. Article

> And Finally… She's a real-life Sleeping Beauty. Article

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