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> New Mexico has decided to forgo building a costly state-operated insurance exchange and instead continue using the federal exchange, according to the Alburquerque Journal. The exchange will start paying to use in 2017, with costs estimating between $3 million to $5 million annually. Article

> Highmark plans to arbitrate a dispute with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center regarding chemotherapy bills, reported the Pittsburgh Business Times. Article

> Computer Sciences Corp.'s decision earlier this year to move its employees to a private insurance exchange has sparked a lawsuit, according to the Washington Business Journal. The company chose a defined-contribution approach, which allows employers to provide a fixed amount of money to spend on health benefits as a way to control costs. Article

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> Eleven health data sharing networks will participate in Healtheway's rollout of a new framework--Carequality--aimed at "inter-network" information exchange, Healtheway announced this morning at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's annual conference in Chicago. Article

> For Memorial Sloan Kettering CIO Patricia Skarulis, cybersecurity is much more than just another box on a checklist of responsibilities. Article

And finally … Spiderman, spiderman, does whatever a spider can. Article