Skip to comments.Obamacare Report Card: Progress, But Long Climb Ahead
Posted on 12/11/2013 3:33:30 PM PST by NormsRevenge
The White House has released its second monthly report card on Obamacare enrollment in state and federal exchanges, documenting a mix of progress and problems in the system since it launched in October.
The numbers offer some good news: a surge in sign-ups in November after a barrage of improvements to HealthCare.gov, and robust online traffic to the insurance portals shows that interest in the products remains strong.
But the figures also illustrate some serious problems ahead: there's a huge backlog of consumers who have applied for a plan but not yet picked one, and electronic errors on the computer system's backend may have left tens of thousands of enrollments in limbo.
The data snapshot covering the period Oct. 1 through Nov. 30 comes less than two weeks before the critical sign-up deadline for Americans who want coverage that's effective Jan. 1,
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Just my uninformed WAG but I’d say more babies are being born each day than people enrolling in Obama care. Net result...the whole thing is in retrograde. JMHO
.. a surge in sign-ups in November ..
Yeah, well 100 vs 14 would seem like a big uptick I guess, if you were as f'n desperate and psychotic as the kneepØd crowd
Barry’s state controlled “media” is working its ass off trying to convince us that everything is hunky dory with ObamaCare. We’ve been saved! ObamaCare website techies have performed a miracle. ROTFL! And the lies roll on! I’ll bet we’re looking at 5% unemployment tomorrow. A lot of people living in this country are gullible morons. They’d believe anything.
“...a surge in sign-ups in November ...”
10 signups constitutes a surge....
I wish I would have been allowed to release my own report cards.
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