Oscar Health eyes California; Aetna rolls out health management product;

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> Insurance startup Oscar Health, currently based in the New York City area, aims to operate on the California insurance exchange for the 2016 enrollment period, TechCrunch reported. Article

> Aetna has rolled out health management technology from HealthEdge in an effort to improve network coordination and claims processing, Insurance Networking News reported. Article

> A California judge has ruled that the state must provide temporary benefits to residents left waiting to hear if they qualify for Medi-Cal, according to the Los Angeles Times. State law requires an answer within 45 days, but Medicaid expansion has caused administrative delays, and the wait caused many applicants to delay medical care. Article

Health IT News

> Healthcare systems and payers increasingly look to learn from early adopters of telehealth to determine how they can effectively implement such services. Article

Health Policy News

> Vice President Joe Biden called for increased focus on error and infection reduction in the healthcare industry and more government incentives to facilitate them. Article

And finally … The French Toast Alert is officially Severe. Get milk, bread and eggs NOW. Article