- Associated Press - Thursday, June 19, 2014

CONWAY, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Insurance Department is holding another public information session about the proposed networks for health plans that will be sold through the Affordable Care Act next year.

This year, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield was the only company selling plans through the new marketplace, and it was criticized for excluding 10 hospitals. Next year, two other private insurance companies and two cooperatives also have applied to sell plans.

At its first session Tuesday, the New Hampshire Insurance Department said the number of plans will increase from 14 to more than 50, and each of the 26 hospitals will be included in at least three networks.

The second session is being held Thursday in Conway.

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