Florida Blue to raise premiums next year; NAIC wants Obama administration to hire more state regulators;

News From Around the Web:

> Even though Florida Blue's enrollment from health insurance exchanges exceeded its expectations, it will still likely raise premiums next year, partly because it can't exclude consumers with pre-existing conditions and new enrollees aren't as healthy, the Miami Herald reported. Article

> The National Association of Insurance Commissioners wants the Obama administration to hire more people with regulatory experience, reported LifeHealthPro. Article

> Anthem Blue Cross in California incorrectly listed almost 1,000 doctors as included in its network for plans sold on the state's exchange, according to KPIX5. Article

Health Provider News:

> Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and healthcare consultants comprise most of the U.S. healthcare professionals who use Twitter. Article

> Based on care patterns among accountable care organization beneficiaries, many barriers remain to achieving organizational accountability in Medicare, according to a recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Article

Health IT News:

> The healthcare industry needs more "security advocacy" for privacy to improve, according to a senior analyst and co-author of Verizon's latest data breach investigations report. Article

> Health IT must be available, affordable and sustainable in underserved communities to improve the health of people with higher rates of poverty and chronic disease. Article

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