Our Healthcare Hot Topics of the Week

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss:

1)  Pregnant women gain new options under ObamaCare
AP, May 10, 2014

2)  Michigan Medicaid expansion gets 140,000 enrollees in 3 weeks
grbj.com, May 9, 2014

3)  Insurance companies return $3 billion to customers due to ObamaCare
CNBC, May 13, 2014

4)  Federal Medicare Strike Force arrests 90 people including 27 doctors and nurses
Department of Justice, May 13, 2014

5)  Dallas doctor and home health manager convicted of $3 Million Healthcare Fraud
TX Justice Department, May 13, 2014

6)  Detroit patient recruiter sentenced for $14.5 Medicare Fraud
Justice, May 14, 2014

7)  Michigan 1/2 way to goal for medicaid expansion
Crains, May 16, 2014

8)  US using health data to find the vulnerable in emergencies
NY Times, May 15, 2014

9)  Senior housing costs expected to continue to rise
Bloomberg, May 15, 2014

10)  Insurance companies plan to release pricing on-line for consumers
Bloomberg, May 14, 2014

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