News bites: Opaque pricing, extinct insurers and more

Doctors' lobbying killed a bold price transparency effort in Florida, Kaiser Health News reports.

Health insurance companies are on their way to extinction, former White House adviser Ezekiel Emanuel writes in The New York Times.

New companies are helping patients navigate the FDA's millions of "adverse effect" reports for medicines and medical devices, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The editors of three British healthcare publications say reforms to the National Health Service are damaging the nation's universal healthcare system, Bloomberg reports.

Nurses are spending more time than ever on paperwork, restocking supplies or preparing medication, says a new survey by Jackson Healthcare.