UnitedHealthcare launches 'Solutions for Caregivers' program; Kentucky situation shows trouble with trying to dismantle Medicaid expansion;

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> UnitedHealthcare has launched a program for large employers with self-funded health plans, called Solutions for Caregivers, which offers in-person, telephonic and online resources to help caregivers save money and provide better services to the people they support. Announcement

> The last-minute rush to purchase health insurance before the Affordable Care Act deadline for Jan. 1 coverage has caused a backlog in processing applications, some insurance brokers tell the Santa Fe New Mexican, meaning many consumers can't get insurance cards or see their doctors. Article

> Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's changing stance on whether he plans to reverse Medicaid expansion in the state shows how politically challenging it is for politicians to unravel parts of the Affordable Care Act once they're implemented, according to Vox. Article

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> The whistleblower that helped put away Detroit oncologist Farid Fata for providing medically unnecessary chemotherapy treatments has filed new allegations against new defendants, according to the Detroit Free Press. Article

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> Most patients don't understand their post-discharge care plans because they're written for those with advanced reading skills, a new study finds. Article

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