Walgreens uses Aetna's iTriage app; Regence loses another exec;

> Aetna's iTriage smartphone app will now provide mobile appointment scheduling for Walgreens' Take Care clinics, including 13 clinics in Denver and 41 in the Chicago area as part of a pilot program, MobiHealthNews reported. Article

> Insurers in New York are now required to cover reconstructive surgery after partial mastectomies, the most common type of breast cancer-related surgery, according to the Associated Press. Article  

> Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield has lost another executive when Joe Gifford, the insurer's executive medical director in Washington, abruptly resigned last week. Gifford will become chief of strategic innovation with the Providence and Swedish affiliation in western Washington, according to the Lund Report. Article

> And Finally… This test knows whether you're a genius. Article

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