State-based exchanges may join

Some states that experienced technological difficulties with their insurance exchanges may join the marketplace for 2015, Reuters repoted. For example, Oregon, Maryland and Massachusetts are mulling the federal option, most likely for technology. Other states like Idaho rely on the federal government for its technology platform, but oversee enrollment and outreach, while other states using depend on the Department of Health and Human Services for regulating enrollment. State-run markeplaces could turn to Connecticut, whose exchange worked fairly smoothly during the first year of enrollment and is in discussions about selling its technology as an "exchange in a box," Reuters noted. Article