The Health and Human Services Department released a progress report Sunday on its effort get the troubled HealthCare.gov website fully functional.
The Obama administration revealed Wednesday that fewer than 27,000 people signed up for private health insurance last month under the Affordable Care Act in the 36 states relying on a problem-filled federal website.
Former President Bill Clinton gave an interview, where he added to the criticism of the botched rollout of the website to sign up for the health care law known as Obamacare.
If you are not assured by promises of a highly secure government exchange to buy health insurance, skip it.
Some are being forced to get a new doctor to remain covered. It appears insurers are trying to cut their costs in light of the coming health care changes next year.
Kathleen Sebelius, the U.S. Health and Human Services secretary, received an earful from members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Monday’s move had been expected since White House spokesman Jay Carney promised quick action last week to resolve a “disconnect” in the implementation of the law.
In his weekly radio address Saturday morning, President Barack Obama said staff would be “working overtime, 24/7” to fix the kinks in the new health insurance marketplace website.
Two weeks after the Affordable Care Act online marketplace opened, many people have reported continued trouble logging onto HealthCare.gov.
Even with a government shutdown in effect Tuesday morning, certain elements of President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act are set to take effect. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explained some of the plans.