According to Pulse of Radio,
The Department of Health and Human Services said yesterday (December 1st) that the worst of HealthCare.gov’s problems, crashes and delays have been fixed, but there is still work to be done on the government health care website and users could still have some problems. But Jeff Zients, the White House’s chief troubleshooter for the site, told reporters, “The bottom line — HealthCare.gov on December 1st is night and day from where it was on October 1st” when it disastrously launched. In a report out Sunday, the government said more than 50,000 people can now log on to the website at one time and more than 800,000 people will be able to shop for insurance coverage each day. President Obama had set Saturday (November 30th) as the deadline to fix several significant problems and the administration said yesterday that 400 technical problems had been resolved. They didn’t say, however, how many items still need to be fixed. The insurance industry put a bit of a damper on yesterday’s news from the government, with Karen Ignagni, president and CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans, saying,”HealthCare.gov and the overall enrollment process continue to improve, but there are significant issues that still need to be addressed.”
Glad they got this fixed. Will you still be signing up?