Uninsured rate drops to 15%; HHS says reform law saved $2B;

> The uninsured rate dropped to 15.7 percent of the population, or 48.6 million people, last year, according to the Census Bureau. That represents the first decline in uninsured since 2007, reported Kaiser Health News. Article

> Florida Blue has been allowed to intervene in a lawsuit between Aetna and the city of Jacksonville, according to the Jacksonville Business Journal. Article

> The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services says the reform law's rate review and medical-loss ratio provisions have saved consumers a total of $2.1 billion since September 2011, reported The Hill's Healthwatch. Article

And Finally… Comic strip is stress relief for doctors. Article

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