New York won't require out-of-network coverage; Most people complied with individual mandate;

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> In New York, health officials said they would not require out-of-network coverage on Affordable Care Act plans next year, reports New York Times. All of the 16 insurers in the state's exchange embraced the in-network coverage model. Article

> More than half of 1,000 U.S. adults polled would pay a 1 percent Affordable Care Act surcharge at restaurants to help those merchants provide healthcare to their workers, according to the survey from Bankrate. Thirty-eight opposed the idea, and a quarter of people said they'd go to a different restaurant establishment. Article

> About 77,000 families and individuals are requesting exemptions from individual mandates, according to the Washington Post. In comparison to the 8 million who have enrolled in private coverage, the numbers show most people choose to comply with the mandate. Article

Medical Imaging News

> A study published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine has found false-positive mammography results may lead to short-term anxiety for women, but won't affect a woman's overall well-being. Article

> The American College of Radiology on April 24 submitted comments on the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT's proposed rule containing voluntary electronic health record technology certification criteria for 2015. Article

And Finally... Facebook may be collecting cash from your gossip. Article