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POLITICO New York Health Care: Cuomo removes minors from adult prisons; limits on too-skinny models

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SIGNED — Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation into law that would prohibit pregnant inmates from being being shackled during transportation.

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EXECUTIVE ORDER — Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday afternoon signed an executive order to remove teenagers from adult prisons in New York.

NOW WE KNOW — Experts from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health say prohibiting runway models from participating in fashion shows or photo shoots if they are too thin would go a long way toward preventing serious health problems among young women.

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WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT? — Modern Healthcare sat down with Dr. John Bennett, president and CEO of Capital District Physicians' Health Plan and asked what he meant when he said drug prices are “unconscionable” and the actions of pharmaceutical companies “immoral and often illegal.”

MAKING ROUNDS — Dr. Valentin Fuster, director of Mount Sinai Heart and physician-in-chief of the Mount Sinai Hospital, was honored by the government of Spain with “The Cross of the Civil Order of Health,” the nation’s highest honor.

THE NEVERENDING SCHEME — Dr. Bret Ostrager, who has a practice in Nassau County, received tickets to Justin Bieber and Katy Perry concerts, the Broadway show "Newsies" and Knicks and Mets games, as well as $3,300 per month in exchange for referring patients' blood specimens to Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services in Parsippany, N.J.

ACROSS THE RIVER: The New Jersey state Senate’s commerce committee advanced a bill (S3036) Monday to require health insurance providers, including the State Health Benefits Plan and the School Employees’ Health Benefits Program, to cover abuse-deterrent opioids at the lowest level of cost-sharing.

PHARMA REPORT: The Boston-based Institute for Clinical and Economic Review found the price of GlaxoSmithKline's new drug for severe asthma should be as much as 76 percent lower to justify its value, Reuters reports:


-FOLLOW THE MONEY — Hillary Clinton has far outraised her Republican rivals in health care donations, according to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics for POLITICO. The Clinton campaign has raised $2.6 million from the health sector as of the third quarter of 2015. That's more than the top three Republican recipients — Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Ben Carson — combined.

-CLINTON ON ALZHEIMER’S — Hillary Clinton is calling for a $2 billion annual commitment for Alzheimer's disease research to make a cure possible in the next decade. Read the campaign plan here:

-OVERPAID — An audit conducted at the behest of Florida gov. Rick Scott shows that every Medicaid managed care plan under contract with the state has paid hospitals more than what is allowed under a 2011 law.

-WHERE THE CASH IS — Delivery vans that transport prescription painkillers are the targets of an escalating number of thefts across the country, STAT has learned. “Amid a nationwide epidemic of opioid addiction, the delivery vans have become an appealing and vulnerable target for thieves, addicts, and drug dealers.”

-CO-OP PROBLEMS — POLITICO reports: “Colorado's failed co-op health plan is expected to run out of money before it can pay at least $50 million in medical claims, according to a memo issued by the state's Life and Health Insurance Protection Association.

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the Cleveland Clinic: “Try these indoor exercises to keep fit this winter: take the stairs or walk a few laps around your office.”


-MIX AND MATCH — Taking antidepressants during pregnancy increases the risk of autism by 87 percent, according to an article in Pediatrics.

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