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POLITICO New York Health Care: Senators tackle Health Republic; United says rates may be too low

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THE ROUNDTABLE — Citing financial losses from unpaid claims, representatives for hospitals, health insurers and the health care sector convened at the Capitol on Wednesday to discuss the demise of Health Republic Insurance of New York. State Sens.Jim Seward and Kemp Hannon held the hearing to see if they could determine what went wrong, what remedies are needed and how to avoid another such collapse.

CANARY, COALMINE? — Bloomberg News reports: “UnitedHealth Group Inc., the largest U.S. health insurer, said its rates for Obamacare plans in New York may be too low because the failure of a competing insurer last year might lead to shortfalls in payments designed to stabilize Obamacare markets.”

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NEW PARTNERSHIP — Weill Cornell Medicine and Annapurna, a Paris-based gene-therapy company, announced a partnership Tuesday intended to advance several gene-therapy programs already in place at Weill Cornell’s Department of Genetic Medicine.

NOW WE KNOW — Stop texting and play with your children because fragmented maternal care can disrupt a baby’s brain development, according to a study in Translational Psychiatry.

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NURSES STRIKE — Roughly 130 nurses at the Nathan Littauer Hospital and Nursing Home in Gloversville went on a 24-hour strike after working without a contract for more than two years.

FOR THE BROKENHEARTED — A cardiologist from NYU Langone Medical Center recently led a study that subjected 20 women to a host of tests designed to bring on physical and mental stress, according to the Wall Street Journal.

MAKING ROUNDS — The Healthcare Trustees of New York State elected Sharon Norton Remmer, a trustee at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center, chair of its board.

ALSO MAKING ROUNDS — The Healthcare Association of New York State's board of trustees has named Stephens Mundy its chairman for 2016.

ACROSS THE RIVER — The New Jersey Prescription Monitoring Program, a statewide database that aims to identify potential misuse of prescriptions for opioids and other controlled dangerous substances, is now sharing data with five other states, Gov. Chris Christie announced Wednesday. The expansion connects the New Jersey system to similar databases in Rhode Island, Virginia, Minnesota, Delaware and Connecticut.

PHARMA REPORT: Reuters reports: “Brazil has cut the number of doses for vaccinations given by the public health service to counter human papillomavirus (HPV) and pneumonia, as Latin America's largest economy looks to reduce health costs in the midst of a deep recession.”


-OBAMACARE NUMBERS — Roughly 83,000 people chose Obamacare plans on during the ninth week of open enrollment, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

-GROWING CONCERN — Kaiser Health News reports on the growing awareness of the potential pitfalls of CT scans, which in the past two decades has exploded into a $100 billion-a-year business.

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the Community Healthcare Network, which reminds us:

“To stay healthy this winter, remember to practice healthy habits. Get a flu shot, wash your hands often, use hand sanitizer when you are out, and cough in the bend of your arm.”


-PAY DISPARITY — Female urologists earn $76,000 less than their male counterparts, according to a study in the Journal of Urology.

-POOR RESULTS — The New York Times reports on a New England Journal of Medicine study that found a once-promising Ebola treatment was found to be ineffective.

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