Skip to comments.‘TELEPHONIC SIGNATURE’? As of Jan. 1, Obamacare Forces States to Accept
Posted on 01/13/2014 2:48:32 AM PST by sheikdetailfeather
The Obama administrations interest in creating a streamlined application process for Medicaid, CHIP, and subsidized health insurance via the state Obamacare exchanges has come at the expense of effective security and fraud prevention.
As of January 1, 2014, this easing of requirements now includes the mandate that states accept applications completed entirely via telephone. Rather than require such applications be later accompanied by the electronic or mailed transmission of a signed document, HHS instead requires states to accept a spoken assent on a telephone call as the equivalent of an actual signature.
Says J. Christian Adams, PJ Media legal editor and former DOJ attorney:
Perjury prosecutions are impaired by telephone signups. Signing on a dotted line has been the core means of assent for hundreds of years, and even computerized signatures have a means of verifying that the person signing is real.
This is the administration inviting fraud.
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I remember the days hearing about how difficult and humiliating it was standing in line at the welfare office to sign up. Now, you don’t even have to get off your fat ass and do it all with your free obamaphone. Just push # if everything youve said is true. Gee, no fraud here.