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Health Care Reform Weekly Update - June 25-July 1, 2014


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July 2, 2014

Curated by Amy Sanders (Bass Berry & Sims PLC, Nashville, TN) and Stephanie Willis (Mintz Levin, Washington, DC); edited by Susan Banks (King & Spalding LLP, Washington, DC).

When a Health Plan Knows How You Shop - There may be a link between your Internet use and how often you end up in the emergency room. At least that's one of the curious connections to emerge from a health care analysis project at the ins...   

Waste, Errors in Health Care Remain Huge Issues, Experts Agree - Despite health care industry concerns about wasteful and unnecessary care, it's nearly impossible for patients to overrule their doctors when they think they're getting a procedure they don't need,...   

Hospitals Turning to Data Brokers for Patient Information - A story published a few days ago caught our attention. It described how hospitals buy information about you to determine how likely you are to get sick and what it would cost to t...  

Supreme Court Ruling in Contraceptive Case Is Awaited - WashingtonMore than 100 peopleactivists, court enthusiasts, and reportersgathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court building early Monday, awaiting the last day of the Court's term, when the justic...  


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