Exchange enrollment still open in some states; Anthem Blue Cross enrolls most consumers in California;

News From Around the Web:

> Exchange enrollment will likely reach more than 8 million people since some states, including Nevada, Oregon and Washington, D.C, are still open for consumers to sign up for plans, reported The Hill's Healthwatch. Article

> Anthem Blue Cross enrolled the most consumers in the California exchange, signing up more than 425,000 people or 30 percent of the state's exchange market. Blue Shield of California garnered a 27 percent share of the market with more than 381,000 new enrollees, the Los Angeles Times reported. Article

> Although Connecticut's exchange was widely praised for its smooth performance and high enrollment numbers, its small business marketplace hasn't done as well, signing up only 78 businesses, reported the Connecticut Mirror. Article

Health Provider News:

> An unlikely partnership between Swedish Medical Center Foundation and Country Doctor Community Health Centers led to the opening of an after-hours clinic. Article

> Violence against workers continues to plague U.S. hospitals, with two separate stabbings injuring two nurses in Los Angeles, one of them critically. Article

Health IT News:

> Privacy and security are constant themes for the 2014 agenda for National Coordinator for Health IT Karen DeSalvo. Article

> Seeking a way to confront a "quiet cacophony" of beeping, alarming bedside monitors, Boston Children's Hospital has tapped into predictive analytics to forecast changes in patients' conditions before alarms sound. Article

And Finally... Take your cat to the coffee shop. Article