Skip to comments.White House working with insurers to bypass Healthcare.gov: WSJ
Posted on 11/18/2013 1:32:34 PM PST by Lazamataz
The White House said it is working with insurers to work around the distressed Healthcare.gov, reported The Wall Street Journal Monday.
The Obamacare website was launched on Oct. 1 and since then been scrutinized for various defects.
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"Sir, not a chance in hell this thing works come December the 1st. Please consider your other options."
I'm coming to the conclusion that Obama is a SchaedenFraudster. :)
This is a nonstop Fusterclick©.
The Energizer Website is... stillll going!
#1: it means that they see their Nov 30 promise failing
#2: it means that the 0bamacare website was never needed in the first place
#3: it means that the Dems are growing more nervous each passing day
It ceased being a problem with the website a month ago.
The ACA is a POS.
WH: Obamacare is still a god send to all, but the website is lousy.
* (I have grown by orders of magnitude, professionally, since you knew me.)
Not one single thing.
Where is all the money coming from? First, there’s a re-do of the failed website and now HHS is “working with insurers” to fashion an ad hoc system. All these workarounds cost real money. Where’s the funding coming from from? Or does the White Hut get to spend whatever it wants on whatever it wants?
The government working with the insurance companies to work around the Obamacare web site means that the government is going to waive the fee that they are charging the insurance companies to use the site. That fee is passed to consumers in their premiums.
So, if the government waives the 3.75% fee do the consumers who do not use the web site get a commensurate deduction in premiums?
Oh, I could make their website work in 30 days for 300 million users.
I know how to use a smarter core architecture, though. They completely missed the trick. They built a website by committee, instead.
500 million lines of code?! 0bama and his minions are laughingstocks.
And lest we forget, this is the EASIEST part of the Obamacare to initiate and run.
Further, though I would be much slower than your 30 days, this would be an utterly extendable architecture, replete with Agile artifacts, and completely tested (load and otherwise). I'd come in probably 12 to 18 months ahead of schedule, too, but I'd want to reserve those months in case they shifted the sands on me.
They even used PHP.
WHAT. WERE. THEY. THINKING.
Where is all the money coming from?
During testimony, it was stated 110 million had been spent so far.
BTW, I’m sure the prez was hard at work at Andrews this past weekend.
Very little data is actually required. Each user has to type in some personal info. Really, not that many keystrokes from the user.
The website has to display the appropriate policy options for that info. The user then picks one policy.
Everything else is a distraction from the above. The more distractions you avoid, the faster you can deploy and the more solid your code base will be.
Thing is, people are not going to spend hours going around to insurers websites.
It really is not going to happen. In fact, I will go as far to say they will not be going to healthcare.gov in droves, fixed or not.
King Barry is openly violating his oath of office and whoever cooperates with him in doing so becomes part of an ongoing criminal enterprise.
translation: It ain’t gonna be fixed by Nov. 30.
Time to start issuing threats to Big Insurance.
Either they drop their collaboration with an out-of-control dictatorial regime, or we’ll all join up with the Libs and demand Single Payer, booting them out of the Executive Suite and into cashier jobs at Walmart.
Nothing to lose as we’re gonna get Single Payer anyway if this is not stopped.