Employers given more time to provide workers with health insurance
About 1.8 million people enrolled in new individual health plans in December
The reform law is narrowing care networks
As a Dec. 24 midnight enrollment deadline approached, the federal government announced Tuesday that HealthCare.gov logged some 2 million visits on Dec. 23. Consumers were scrambling to select plans before Christmas in order to get coverage that begins Jan. 1.
The high traffic volume caused HealthCare.gov’s queuing system to kick in …
Anticipating a crush of Americans trying to sign up for health insurance by a midnight deadline on Monday, the Obama administration is giving consumers an extra 24 hours to select coverage.
This time it’s about fairness
Latest Obamacare extension
Administration looks to avoid having fewer people with insurance in 2014 than before the law’s troubled implementation
Obama administration still hopes to reach ambitious enrollment goals
A column in Politico magazine today makes the astonishing claim that President Obama and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius had just one in-person meeting at the White House between March 23, 2010, the day the …
Enrollment counselors on the front lines praise fixes to the federal health website, but that doesn’t mean more people are signing up
The technology team working to fix computer problems hobbling the federal insurance website HealthCare.gov may not have time for turkey this week. Federal officials set a Nov. 30 deadline to expand hardware capacity and fix …
Darrell Issa grills administration technology officials