Anthem will be only insurer on New Hampshire exchange; Connecticut prepared for rocky start to exchange;

News From Around the Web:

> The Connecticut health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, is gearing up for a rocky beginning with low satisfaction among consumers. The online marketplace said it could take up to three years before improvements are seen, reported the Hartford Courant. Article

> Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield will be the only insurer to offer plans through the health insurance exchange in New Hampshire, although Anthem will offer more than one plan to individuals and small businesses, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported. Article

Health Provider News:

> Democrats blasted Republicans in a report for trying to sabotage the Affordable Care Act by spreading misinformation and discouraging constituents from learning about their benefits under the law. Article

> Gay couples working for the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota must get married if they want keep their health insurance benefits now that same-sex marriage is legal in the state. Article

Health IT News:

> Testing for all health exchange systems, including the controversial data hub and states' IT systems, will begin this month and continue through September, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner said. Article

> A new algorithm could help identify and treat patients with diabetes earlier by spotting the disease in EHRs almost as effectively as a physician in close to real time. Article

And Finally... Selfish much? Evolution will get you. Article

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