Skip to comments.Mass. calls in Oracle to help cure over-budget healthcare site
Posted on 11/12/2013 3:24:53 PM PST by Makana
The states $69 million Obamacare website is overbudget, has missed deadlines and now is bringing in eleventh-hour engineering assistance from Oracle, in the face of looming cutoff dates that could force some to go without health insurance, the Herald has learned.
The fix comes after the Herald reported Saturday a mere 1 percent of applicants facing canceled health plans had managed to enroll in Obamacare plans through the states website, with just weeks before many plans expire Dec. 31.
Gov. Deval Patrick yesterday brushed off any concerns about the system.
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
We're gonna need a new czar.
And what's the commie fixation with czars, anyway?
But it sure sounds good.
Wait for it...
A blue-ribbon commission.
Its not just the website. No private company rescue, of a public mandate, is going to push certain individuals,to sign up to a proscribed plan. Mr. Patrick can hire all the free market entities he wants.Private enterprise cant execute a business model that is neither business or model.The one percent of cancelled residents of Massachusetts that have signed on have no real incentive to pay for “ non subprime plans”.
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