In depth: news and analysis about the troubles behind Healthcare.gov
Wow… Alex found a ton of good links.
Over the past 27 days, as I’ve steadily shared analysis and links on what went wrong in the botched re(launch) of Healthcare.gov on Twitter, Facebook and Google+, I’ve also been talking in more depth about what went wrong on various media outlets, including:
- The Kojo Nnamdi Show on WAMU: “Healthcare.gov: what went wrong?” [LISTEN] [TRANSCRIPT]
- Radio Times on WHYY: “What’s up with the federal health insurance exchange?” [LISTEN]
- Washington PostTV: “The bumpy launch of healthcare.gov“
- Fox News Radio: Technical issues at Healtcare.gov (archived here)
Last week, the Obama administration announced a plan to fix the issues with the software behind HealthCare.gov, including putting QSSI in charge of as the “general contractor” and prioritizing fixing errors in 834 file data first, with the goal of have the system functioning end-to-end by November 30.
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