Rep. Ron Barber donates his share of ACA subsidies; The threat of private exchanges;

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> Some members of Congress are looking to play by the ACA rules. So because members receive nearly $1,000 a month in subsidies to assist with their healthcare coverage, Rep. Ron Barber (D-Ariz.) is donating his total cost of subsidies to local Arizona charities, reports The Hill. Article

> Employers aren't so certain that they'll be offering healthcare coverage in the future, especially since starting next year ACA regulations require employers with at least 50-full time employees to offer coverage, according to Employee Benefit News. Article

> Industry experts fear private exchanges could inhibit the ACA exchanges by enrolling younger, healthier consumers, reports LifeHealthPro. Article

Health IT News

> Healthcare organizations must improve their information governance (IG) practices, which are an "undeniable imperative," according to an American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) white paper. Article

> Atlanta-based cancer screening laboratory LabMD is calling on a Federal Trade Commission administrative judge to sanction FTC for an alleged "secretive relationship" with Tiversa, a peer-to-peer intelligence and security services firm, HealthcareInfoSecurity reports. Article

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