Skip to comments.Obamacare website back end still not fixed
Posted on 05/08/2014 8:31:24 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
So how can numbers coming from the Obama admin be reliable?
That was the testimony today from insurance company executives, on the back end of the Obamacare website.
Thats the part of the website which transmits data to and from insurance companies. Its the part the public never sees, but it is critical to the operation of the system as to payments, enrollments, and other data.
Via Capitol Cities Project:
During a hearing on Capitol Hill today, insurance companies unanimously said that the Obamacare website is still not fixed.
One final question for all the panelists: Is the website fixed?, asks Rep. Pete Olson (R-Texas) to the insurance company representatives.
Out of the six people sitting on the panel, not one said the website is fixed.
The participants included: Frank Coyne, the Vice President of Operations of Blue cross Blue shield. Mark Pratt, the Senior Vice President of State Affairs from Americas Health Insurance Plans. Paul Wingle, the Executive Director of Individual Business and Public Exchange Operations and Strategy of Aetna. Brian Evanko, President, Individual Segment at Cigna. J. Darren Rodgers, the Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Health Care Service Corporation. Finally, Dennis Matheis who is the President of Central Region and Exchange Strategy at Wellpoint, Inc.
Did they have to use such a blatant double entendre?
Ask the First Lady about that. Michelles back end still isn’t fixed either, and the problem grows bigger every day.
What did you expect from the “Lie, Deny and Refuse to Comply” Obama Administration?
“During a hearing on Capitol Hill today, insurance companies unanimously said that the Obamacare website is still not fixed.”
I’d hate to see what will happen to the U.S. economy if Obama ever gets a real job.
Just ask 1000 Obamabots to tell you what a "back end" is and you will either get a blank stare or be accused of homophobia.
That it is the heart and foundation of the entire web site, 90% of the web site's functionality, will not be known by 1 in that thousand.
That was true mid 2013.
It's still true today.
Without a functioning web site the ADA must fail
You can't fix incompetence!