CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A group that has been advising New Hampshire state officials on implementing President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law is getting an update on how things are going a month after enrollment opened in the new online insurance marketplace.

New Hampshire opted not to set up its own online insurance markets under the law, but has partnered with the federal government to manage plans and provide consumer assistance. Much of that consumer assistance is just getting underway, however, a delay in getting federal funding, and problems with the federal website have kept many people from enrolling in insurance plans.

The Health Exchange Advisory Board, which includes consumers, businesses, insurance officials and others, meets Friday in Concord.