Mass. residents can now see how much their procedures costs; Highmark won't participate in Pennsylvania's Medicaid expansion plan;

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> In Massachusetts, consumers can now view the prices of procedures and doctor visits online, reports CommonHealth. This marks the first time healthcare prices are made public. Article

> A new Gallup poll reveals more Americans--54 percent--still say the healthcare reform law has hurt them rather than helped them. Poll

> Highmark says it will not participate in Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's (R) Medicaid expansion plan, called Healthy PA, because it can't sign enough doctors to its network, reports TribLive.  Article 

AntiFraud News

> Efforts to curb growing rates of prescription painkiller abuse--along with healthcare fraud and wasteful spending riding on their coattails--have made it harder for patients with chronic pain to get the medicines they need. Article

> Jacqueline Nash Bloink, the whistleblower who collected nearly $6 million for reporting overbilling by Arizona's Carondelet Health Network, isn't nestling into a lazy lifestyle financed by her share of the recovery. Instead, she's on a mission to help others fight fraud, the Arizona Star reported. Article

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