Skip to comments.Obamacare adds useless ‘preview’ option to dysfunctional website
Posted on 10/12/2013 12:16:48 PM PDT by Libloather
Obamacares website, healthcare.gov, recently added an option that allows users to preview their new health care premiums but the new feature leaves out key pieces of information customers need to choose a health care plan.
While The Huffington Post celebrated the changes at Healthcare.gov in a Friday report, the publication admitted that users were only provided limited data about the program in exchange for basic information about where they live and what kind of coverage they are seeking.
More detailed information is not factored into the preview, such as: home address, number and ages of adults and children covered and the number of smokers covered. The preview does not give customers any information about the discounts for which they qualify.
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Call Hussein. He's the head pimp.
Typical IT marketing ploy: the “clients” don’t know the difference between a functioning application and a demo. [Hell, they don’t even know the difference between a demo and a couple of screenshots.] Usually good for six months worth of stall on gub’mint contracts.
Like a monkey effing a football.
No offense to monkeys.
This all would be extremely hilarious if it wasn’t quite so inevitably devastating...
It’s like we’re stuck in a Charlie Brown cartoon with this stupid regime.
This is my main complaint about the site.
I should be able to input generic information about myself that does not reveal my identity. THEN, I should be able to see ALL of the choices available to me. THEN, if I decide to enroll, I give my personal data.
As it is - I gotta give up my personal info FIRST [name, address, SSN, etc.] which have NOTHING to do with the cost of my coverage BEFORE I see the choices ...
I have not ever been able to determine if Ambulance service is covered.
This is why you ties deliverables and a milestone program to payment.
Guess the gvt is too dumb to understand private business practices.
I worked many years in IT and I’m VERY glad to not be involved in this. The pressure must be a killer.