Sunday, December 1, 2013


Health Site is Improving, but 
Likely to Miss Saturday Deadline


Despite recent progress at HealthCare.gov, a raft of problems will remain beyond the Obama administration's Saturday deadline to make the troubled federal insurance website work.
The news isn't all bad: Users say the site looks better, pages load faster, and more people are getting through to sign up for health plans.
But technical problems still affect HealthCare.gov's ability to verify users' identities and transmit accurate enrollment data to insurers, officials say. The data center that supports the site faces continuing challenges, and tools for processing payments to insurers haven't been built. ...


12 comments:

  1. My dear friend Warren needs to find health insurance and has no option other than to try on HealthCare.gov. In his state, Indiana, private companies have bailed on coverage or are charging premiums of $1200-$1700 a month for individual coverage. These are "bare bones" policies, too!

    I asked Warren on Friday when he's going to try to access HealthCare.gov. Warren's reply: in a few weeks.

    I just hope that he can get a policy that he can afford -- and not have to spend days upon days getting signed up. He works 3 jobs and caregives his disabled wife as well. There are only so many hours in the day!

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    1. I feel for Warren and those like him . I hate to say it but there are thousands if not millions like him, these people have been betraied by Obama and Obama couldn't care less.

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  2. As the most disastrous failure of Obozo's presidency besides Benghazi, ObamaCare has come to "HIS" deadline, how will the Administration and its lap dog liberal media handle another failure?
    Socialism (or Liberalism as they want to call it) is at war with the American population , so we will see if they will buy into this bundle of lies, that Obozo and Pelosi have created. .. At this point, it's no longer about the ACA. It's about the political ramifications, and the lies attached to it. Will the ass kissing democrat Senators stick with obozo, or will ill they revolt and continue criticizing him?

    This is a bigger deal than you think. A very big deal, this is not over,not by far, this could get very ugly, people, This thing can only get worse and democrats take a beating in next year's Midterms. So it ain't over, til it's over.
    All we see and hear are more and more lies from the liar in Chief and his lying pack of Commie lap dogs.
    I can see it already, Obozo will announce that the website works fine. and when the republicans point out its deficiencies, they will just be labeled as just angry racists because there's a black man in the White House! What else is new!

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  3. News Flash... It will never be over. Certain forces at work will insure this is so.

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  4. TROLLISH REMARKS -- AND RESPONSES TO TROLLISH REMARKS WILL BE SUMMARILY DELETED.

    That goes for you too, Mom. SORRY!

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  5. Ugh:

    [T]here is still much left to do for federal health officials, and ongoing glitches could imperil the success of the enrollment process.

    Still unresolved is the flawed application data being transmitted to insurance companies in the form of so-called 834 forms. Unless these errors are fully fixed, new policyholders could encounter serious problems when they seek to use their coverage.
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  6. If access improves, so what; the plan, per se, is still a convoluted mess!

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  7. Exactly Jon! We should pray for the abject FAILURE of the website NOT its SUCCESS.

    Either this vile scheme falls by the wayside, and DIES aborning, or WE will. It's as simple -- and as terrifying as that.

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  8. Barry Bambo had lots of gall.
    Barry Bambo had a great fall.
    All horses asses and thieves in his den
    Couldn't put Barry together again.

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  9. Well, I can dream, can't I?

    Anyone who wishes The Black Knight well, is a TRAITOR to the ideals of our Founders.

    If he were smart, which he most emphatically is not, he would get out of town before he winds up like Mussolini.

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  10. "If he were smart, which he most emphatically is not, he would get out of town before he winds up like Mussolini."

    A) I highly doubt he will end up like Mussolini...

    B) Caution is a sensible trait FT. Some might construe your words as a indirect if not a direct threat on the President's life.

    Just friendly advice and concern.

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  11. The Italians were perceptive enough to recognize that they were on a ROAD TO HELL. I'm afraid that we (collectively) won't recognize it until we arrive!

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