HHS rebrands exchanges; Cigna opens another urgent care clinic;

> The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has quietly begun to rebrand health insurance exchanges, now calling them "marketplaces" in press materials and websites, The Hilll's Healthwatch reported. Article

> Delaware opted to partner with the federal government to operate its health insurance exchange because it wanted to retain responsibility for choosing which insurance companies were allowed to sell on the marketplace, reported Governing. Blog Post

> Cigna's group practice division, Cigna Medical Group, opened a 95,000-square-foot clinic and urgent care center in Phoenix. The facility, which cost $15 million to build, includes a women's clinic, vision center, pharmacy and outpatient surgery center, the Phoenix Business Journal reported. Article

And Finally… Not exactly the best kind of buzz. Article

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