Aetna's Health Reform Weekly (11/2): Medicare Glitch Fix and Other Highlights
Nov 08, 2011
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This week's health care reform news:
House Votes to Fix "Glitch" in Health Reform Law
The House passed a bill last week to strike a widely cited "glitch" in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that would have allowed up to 3 million middle-class couples onto the already struggling Medicaid rolls. Also, the Republican Governors' Association has submitted recommendations to Congress for saving Medicaid dollars.
Other highlights include:
New York legislation that would prohibit the use of mail order pharmacies has yet to be sent to Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Ohio releases medical loss ratio to be used for purposes of reporting and rebates under federal health care reform requirements.
Health insurer announces it will exit the individual market in Florida.
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