In a blog post on Sunday, October 20, the administration announced a so-called tech surge would be undertaken to improve the troubled health care law’s exchange sign-up process, writing, “Our team is bringing in some of the best and brightest from both inside and outside government to scrub in with the team and help improve healthcare.gov.” For days, no further details were released, even as questi
Senior QSSI Official Testifies No Knowledge of Tech Surge; Next Day, Administration Discloses QSSI to Lead EffortsOctober 25, 2013 | Blog Post
President Obama marked the first day of open enrollment under the health care law with a speech in the Rose Garden where he asked the American people for understanding as the administration addressed what it characterized as “glitches.” Three weeks later, the president heads back to the Rose Garden today to address a still-frustrated America.
Urgency Grows for Sebelius to Provide Answers Next Week as News On Health Law’s Botched Rollout WorsensOctober 18, 2013 | Blog Post
Now 18 days into the health law’s open enrollment period, the news seems to keep on getting worse.
OBAMACARE FALLOUT: Obama Insider: “Excruciatingly Embarrassing for the White House… Bungled Badly… Hope They Fire Some People…”October 14, 2013 | Blog Post
Add former White House Press Secretary and close Obama confidante Robert Gibbs to the list of administration allies who are troubled by the health law’s rocky launch.
Nearly Two Weeks Into Open Enrollment and Health Law’s Website Still a “Mess”
The Obama administration recently scheduled public listening sessions across the country to solicit input from the public and stakeholders about regulating carbon dioxide emissions for existing power plants.