Skip to comments.Healthcare.gov problems reach beyond enrollment
Posted on 10/18/2013 12:45:00 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
There are growing signs the problems with the Obamacare website, Healthcare.gov, go far beyond trouble signing up. The so-called glitches have, in fact, made the website unusable for most.
Analysts say the most troubling news is that insurance companies are receiving duplicate sign-up forms from the government - forms that contain highly personal information.
"You're talking about weight, height, age, Social Security number, health history," said Gary Lauer, CEO of eHealth, the country's largest online seller of health insurance. "And I think that individuals who are coming on to these sites just basically want to trust that all this going to be handled properly, and accurately, and securely."
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If this were a private company we could refuse service.
Forward Comrades it’s for the greater good! King Obunga would not lead you astray.
I love it! The gummint is violating HIPAA and the HITECH Act! Too rich.
Does the fed website really require all those? On my state exchange website only age and SSN were required (and whether a smoker).
The web sites are a joke. Embarrasing.
This dude was just on Hannity talking about this:
20 years later, that scene still cracks me up.
If this were a private company it would have never made it past absurd, untenable business plan.
I heard Hannity and kept wondering why he was PO’d the website works so terribly bad—I know he was concerned with the amount of $$$ going to the Canadian business that put it together—yeah—extremely expensive,
BUT, I think we should THANK them for making it so BAD that it is now a laughing stock!!!