Aetna reviews chiropractic claim denials; Federal health insurance exchange oversight changes hands;

> Aetna has agreed to review and reprocess chiropractic benefit claims it may have denied improperly under Connecticut law after Attorney General George Jepsen inquired about the insurer's dropped coverage for chiropractic services in July, reports the Hartford Courant. Aetna said the issue was an inadvertent coding problem and not a dispute over coverage of chiropractic care. Article

> Oversight of the health insurance exchanges will be divided between different Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) officials after Joel Ario, the agency's current head of exchanges, leaves his job next month, reports The Hill's Healthwatch. Steve Larsen, who runs the HHS health reform office, and Tim Hill, a deputy director of that office, will take over planning for the exchanges. They will also hire a state liaison to oversee each state's exchange implemention efforts. Article

> Employers are providing health benefits for more people as they extend coverage to their workers' adult children, the Los Angeles Times reports. A new Mercer study shows that insurance enrollments have on average increased 2 percent, and some say the figure has jumped by 5 percent or more. Article

And Finally... So quiet, you can hear your eyeballs move? This man could. Article

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