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The Obama Administration Has Little to Tout About Obamacare

Edmund Haislmaier

Edmund F. Haislmaier is an expert in health care policy and markets at The Heritage Foundation — and is frequently asked to assist federal and state lawmakers in designing and drafting health reform proposals and legislation. 806 more words

About 1,800 Kansans could lose health insurance

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The federal government says about 1,800 Kansans who chose health insurance through HealthCare.gov could lose their coverage over questions about their citizenship or immigration status. 109 more words


Clock Ticking For Over 300,000 People Who Have Unresolved Issues Affecting Obamacare Coverage

WASHINGTON (AP) — The clock is ticking for hundreds of thousands of people who have unresolved issues affecting their coverage under the new health care law. 678 more words


White House Unveils U.S. Digital Services, Hires the Savior of HealthCare.gov to Make Websites More Consumer Friendly

Remember the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, an otherwise excellent initiative of the United States Government? Of course you do, it was all over teh netz, with several memes featuring the President and other prominent people involved in the project. 360 more words


New U.S. Digital Service launched to keep healthcare.gov disaster from repeating itself

When you hear the words  “healthcare.gov,” chances are you think of a web site that failed in the most public way possible. And that proved a huge embarrassment to an administration that prided itself on competence and efficiency. 152 more words


Ex-Googler hired to make sure HealthCare.gov fiasco never happens again

The White House is still hurting from the HealthCare.gov fiasco from last year, which put a serious damper on the Affordable Care Act’s coming out party. 220 more words


White House Names Tech Team to Improve Government Websites

The White House launched a new team on Monday to improve government websites and upgrade U.S. technology infrastructure in an effort to prevent a repeat of the problems with last October’s botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act website. 208 more words