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Obamacare technology testing slated for September: official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration is preparing to subject the information technology backbone of the new state and federal healthcare exchanges to final "dress rehearsal" testing that could continue until just before the online marketplaces are slated to begin enrollment on October 1.Full story

EHealth jumps as co. reaches deal with government

EHealth's stock rose to its highest point in more than five years on Wednesday, as the online health insurance exchange reached a deal with the federal government that will help enroll tax-subsidy-eligible residents of 36 states in qualified health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act. Full story

Conn. health exchange board briefed on rates

A review of rates proposed by insurance carriers offering the lowest-cost plans for individuals in Connecticut's new health insurance exchange shows there are narrow differences between the different companies. Full story

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