Skip to comments.Affordable Care Act navigator sees relief in site
Posted on 10/20/2013 8:26:55 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
At last, Heidi Zoellner can smile.
Zoellner, the lone Affordable Care Act navigator in central Nebraska, is seeing fewer glitches on www.healthcare.gov.
Zoellner, 40, of Kearney has an office at Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska. She took a week of online training to become a licensed certified navigator and passed online tests throughout the process.
She has no data on how many Nebraskans have enrolled for health care insurance so far.
(Excerpt) Read more at kearneyhub.com ...
Cant tell us or wont tell us?
Or maybe she is.
What kind of inadequate program is this that can’t immediately compute this data (e.g., applicants, approvals and so forth)? Want a mongo-cluster-f.
....and she adores Obami
DAILY CALLER.COM--Kansas Obamacare navigator
has outstanding arrest warrant / by Michael Volpe
Rosilyn Wells the Director of Outreach and Enrollment for the Heartland Community Health-care Center (HCHC)-- was hired as an Obamacare "navigator" despite her shady financial history: (1) a bankruptcy in 2003, (2) a 2007 civil charge from a local check cashing business for writing a bad check, (3) being more than $1700 behind on her state tax bill, and, (4) having an outstanding arrest warrant in nearby Shawnee County. Wells lives and works in Douglass County.
TALKING POINTS---A West Virginia nonprofit has turned down a federal grant it received to help residents navigate new health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act after it received an inquiry from Attorney General Patrick Morrisey about how it would protect consumer information. Clarksburg-based West Virginia Parent Training Inc. did not respond to a letter it received from Morrisey directing it to answer 26 questions about the group's personnel and hiring practices, including employee background checks and employee monitoring programs, the Sunday Gazette-Mail (http://bit.ly/17M1QVe) reported. (Excerpt) Read more at sanluisobispo.com ...
YOUR TURN--Contact your state AG---ask him/her to issue a letter of inquiry to groups receiving federal "Navigator" grants. The inquiry should center on questions WRT how the group intends to protect consumer data.
In particular, the questionnaire should ask if the tax-funded "Navigator" program intends to transfer personal/ financial/medical data of the insured to the local/county/national Democrat Party, relevant Unions, banks, investment companies, drug companies, insurance companies. Trial Lawyers' associations and whether "Navigators" have sub rosa contracts with these, and other groups, plan to profit, to provide significant info to enrich databases for pecuniary purposes.
The AG also needs to confirm (1) whether the "navigator" was ever convicted of a felony....... and....(2) whether the "navigator" can be bonded.
Most importantly demand that your AG enforce the requirement that "Navigators" must have a state insurance license (consists of a comprehensive test on all aspects of insurance and compels a background check).
If chart were scaled, bottom figure would be a pin-prick.
When is comes to Obamacare everything is a legitimate target.
Wow! A whole week of training! What a grizzled vet she is! What a farce. Can’t wait for the grand collapse of this crappy program.
But it won’t. They will keep flogging away at it.
I still find it hilarious how Democrats think it’s so horrible to ask someone to present an ID to vote, but it’s perfectly okay to make people jump through hoops to verify their identity to get MANDATORY health coverage.
I will bet it involves more money.
It’s laughable that the Obamabots think that once these software “glitches” are cleaned up, everyone will flock to Obamacare. They couldn’t be more wrong. It’s like waiting on line for two hours at some highly-touted new restaurant. You finally get a menu and find out that a burger and fries will run you thirty bucks. And the burgers are burnt and the fries are soggy. And the chef and his staff don’t even eat there.
Even Pelosi is saying the ObamaScare Rollout Glitches are ‘Unacceptable’
Nancy Pelosi: Obamacare Rollout Glitches Unacceptable
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Posted on Sunday, October 20, 2013 7:36:08 AM by Sub-Driver
Nancy Pelosi: Obamacare Rollout Glitches Unacceptable
By Amber Kiwan Oct 20, 2013 10:29am ABC nancy pelosi this week jt 131020 16x9 608 Nancy Pelosi: Obamacare Rollout Glitches Unacceptable
This morning on This Week, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the website glitches around the rollout of the presidents signature health care law were unacceptable.
As far as the Affordable Care Act, as I call it, the fact is, that yes what has happened is unacceptable in terms of the glitches, Pelosi told ABCs Martha Raddatz on This Week.
This has to be fixed, but what doesnt have to be fixed is the fact that tens of millions of more people will have access to affordable, quality health care. That no longer having a preexisting medical condition will bar you from getting affordable care, Pelosi added.
Raddatz also asked Pelosi about former Secretary of State Hillary Clintons political future, following her return to the campaign trail Saturday for friend Terry McAuliffes Virginia governors campaign.
Pelosi said she believes if Clinton does run for president in 2016, she would win and would be a great president.
Let me say, if Hillary Clinton does run, shell be one of the best prepared people and she will win, I believe, if she runs, Pelosi said. Shell be one of the best prepared people to enter the White House in a long time.
Once that antiquated nightmare is up and running, the bigger nightmare will start, sticker shock, and the desperation millions of Americans will experience when they realize they’ve been thoroughly screwed, and there is nothing they can do to stop the attack.
The hard part is how to manage 300 million peoples personal data without fraud, theft, misuse, corrupted data, loss of data integrity, etc. etc.
Data could easily be in error and it will be up to the individual to fix it. Otherwise, premiums will be extremely high. Probably lots of hours on the phone with government bureaucrats that will make the whole experience horrible. Hey, just like the IRS. Most sheeple will not care and just live with the intrusion and mess and be thankful that they have "free" healthcare.