Many health plans don't cover labor, delivery costs for dependents; HHS give 3 states approval for insurance marketplaces;

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> Sixty-three percent of Americans say if the Supreme Court rules in favor of the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell, Congress should pass a law so people in all states can be eligible for financial help to purchase health insurance, according to a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Poll results

> The families of young women who have a baby while covered under their parents' health insurance plans may end up paying thousands of dollars for labor and delivery because many plans don't cover these costs for dependent children, according to Kaiser Health News. Article

> Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell sent a letter to the governors of Delaware, Pennsylvania and Arkansas on Monday granting the states conditional approval to expand their roles in Affordable Care Act health insurance marketplaces, the Associated Press reports. Article

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> Elderly Medicare beneficiaries in senior housing and centers are frequently targeted for Medicare fraud schemes, often enticed by free services such as pedicures in exchange for Medicare ID numbers that fraudsters use to bill for expensive services. Article

> High-priced laboratory fraud settlements continue to roll in, as Millennium Health LLC, the nation's largest drug testing laboratory, is negotiating a settlement to resolve allegations that it billed Medicare for unnecessary tests. Article

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