Anthem Blue Cross posts SSN for 25K docs; Oregon exchange has zero sign-ups;

News From Around the Web:

> West Virginia's health insurance exchange is finally starting to see more enrollments now that the website is operating more smoothly, reported Metro News. Article

> Anthem Blue Cross accidentally posted Social Security numbers and tax identification numbers for almost 25,000 doctors online, the Los Angeles Times reported. Article

> Oregon's state-run marketplace is the worst in country with not one person enrolled yet, even though the state was a big supporter of the healthcare reform law, Politico reported. Article

Health Provider News:

> The Food and Drug Administration has ordered the startup genetic testing company 23andMe to stop DNA tests for potential patient safety risks, saying the results may mislead customers. Article

>  Post-intensive care syndrome among ICU patients is becoming more common with as many as 80 percent of ICU survivors suffering some sort of cognitive or brain dysfunction. Article

Health IT News:

> Encryption is the single most essential technology to use for breach prevention, according to Joy Pritts, chief privacy officer at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT. Article

> Tracking technology could reduce wait times by more than an hour for roughly half of all incoming emergency room patients. Article

And Finally... The memory is tricky, even if you have a good one. Article

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