Only 2 states plan to move off federal exchange; CMS official: We were ready for ICD-10;

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> Of the 36 states that relied on this year, only Idaho and New Mexico plan to switch to state-run marketplaces for the next open enrollment period, Kaiser Health News reported. Article

> Federal health officials are giving Massachusetts insurers until 2017 to replace their criteria for setting small business premium rates with federal criteria, The Boston Globe reported. Article

> Sick patients who obtained coverage through the federal high-risk pool, which ends April 30, have until June 30 to select a plan at, according to a new fact sheet from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Fact sheet (.pdf)

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> The ICD-10 delay that went into effect earlier this month won't be a total "killer" for implementation of the more advanced coding set, according to a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services representative speaking to members of the American Health Information Management Association on Wednesday. Article

> A clear market leader for healthcare business intelligence tools has yet to emerge, according to a new report from Orem, Utah-based KLAS. Article

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