King v. Burwell not the only ACA case in town; Republican bill would fund CHIP past September

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> While King v. Burwell may be getting all the attention, several other Affordable Care Act lawsuits are out there, including challenges to contraceptive and abortion coverage, whistleblower retaliation claims and product regulation suits, LifeHealthPro reported. Article

> CaliforniaChoice, one of the nation's first private exchanges, has found success despite state and federal exchanges dominating the market, by embracing change, president and CEO Ron Goldstein told Benefitspro. Article

> Congressional Republicans have released a draft bill that would fund the Children's Health Insurance Program past September, for an undecided period of time and with changes divergent from Democratic priorities. Bill (.pdf)

Healthcare Provider News

> The post-Affordable Care Act healthcare climate is particularly ripe for physician leadership, but the industry has been slow to bring physicians into the C-suite. Article

> One day after outgoing Federation of American Hospitals Chairman David Vandewater urged healthcare executives at the group's annual policy conference to appeal to Congress on behalf of hospitals, legislators took the stage to tell the audience what their policies--and respective parties--are doing for the industry. Article

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