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Lesser known insurers to compete in health exchange, WSJ reports

When the consumer marketplaces for insurance go live Oct. 1, the insurance companies likely to draw attention on the exchanges, expected to enroll an estimated 7M Americans in the first year, are lesser-known, and in many cases will be offering comparatively lower rates. They include: Molina Healthcare (MOH), Centene (CNC) and Magellan Health Services (MGLN), reports the Wall Street Journal.