By Philip Klein | 11/15/13 12:31 PM
Months before the planned launch of the open enrollment process for President Obama's health care law, a top official at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services expressed fear that the federal health care website would "crash," according to an internal email, even as he publicly testified...
By Richard Pollock | 11/01/13 01:14 PM
Administration loyalists from the technology community are being tapped to join the "tech surge" designed to rescue the malfunctioning Obamacare website.
By Richard Pollock | 10/30/13 11:12 AM
President Obama promised elite Silicon Valley talent to fix Healthcare.gov, but so far his "tech surge" appears to consist of a handful of White House fellows assigned to the main contractor that designed the troubled website. “If there were tech experts that were flown in from Silicon...
By Philip Klein | 10/25/13 09:15 AM
An executive of the largest contractor working on the federal health insurance exchange website told Congress Thursday that problems with erroneous enrollment information being transferred to insurance companies were “isolated” - a claim later echoed by an Obama administration official.
By Joel Gehrke | 10/24/13 02:40 PM
One of the contractors responsible for construction of Healthcare.gov told Congress that "it would not be difficult" to give more accurate health care premium estimates, as opposed to the current estimates that represent the lowest possible figure. "It would not be difficult to add date of...
By Rebecca Berg | 10/24/13 09:15 AM
Had businessman and Republican donor Donald Trump been at the helm of the beleaguered Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, he would have gone straight to Google to engineer the site, he said Wednesday. "I would have advised them to go to Google or one of our other great technological companies...
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