NY investigates reports that state exchange exposed private info; Highmark, Quartet team up to address behavioral health

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> The New York State Department of Health is investigating reports that the state's health insurance exchange website exposed the private information of users, according to CBS6 of Albany. Article

> Highmark will partner with Google-backed startup company Quartet Health to provide enhanced care for individuals with behavioral health needs. Announcement

> Scott Gottleib, health policy specialist at the American Enterprise Institute, said during a House Energy & Commerce health subcommittee hearing that policymakers could make the Affordable Care Act work better by building more risk adjustment into the premium tax credit subsidy program. Hearing

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> Figuring out how much a hospital charges for a newborn delivery is apparently an impossible task, as there can even be a 10-fold difference for prices of a hospital room. Article

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> An Australian study found that poorly designed hospitals are adding to stress and burnout for nurses and is impacting staff retention. Article

And Finally… 13 facts about the movie about today's date. Article

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