Open enrollment comes with more healthcare fraud; HIE grants offered to rural Arkansas hospitals;

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> Wyoming's Medicaid expansion debate will resume today when a legislative committee considers other alternatives to increase the program, reported the Casper Star-Tribune. Article

> Tennessee's insurance department received reports of fraudulent activity since open enrollment began, according to the Jackson Sun. Article

> Cigna launched a collaborative accountable care initiative with primary care physicians and specialists affiliated with Boulder (Colo.) Community Hospital's Community Medical Associates, the insurer announced yesterday. Statement

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> WebMD's acquisition of the patient engagement platform Avado means a mobile healthcare app could finally fulfill three of the four elements for success. Article

> Rural hospitals in Arkansas are eligible for awards up to $10,000 to help with the cost of connecting to the statewide health information exchange known as SHARE (State Health Alliance for Records Exchange). Article

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