Healthcare reforms official apology issued by Sebelius

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The lead official from the Department of Health and Human Services spoke about the website “debacle”. The top health official under President Barack Obama, Kathleen Sebelius, has now released an official apology for what has been a “debacle” of a rollout of the federal government’s website that was designed to be a part of the heart of the healthcare reforms. Sebelius acknowledged that the launch of the website was botched, but shared the blame. Sebelius, the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, testified that while she admits…

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Healthcare reforms with greatest simplicity proving most successful

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The states that began at the smallest levels for their exchanges are the ones winning the most so far. The federal healthcare reforms may have been experiencing a lot of hiccups over the last three weeks in getting the health insurance exchanges off the ground, but what has been discovered is that among all of these online marketplaces, it is those that have started small that appear to be running the most smoothly out of the gate. With every passing day, the sites are doing a little bit better as…

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Government doles out millions to help states build health insurance Internet-based marketplaces

The nation continues is slow, arduous trek toward the inevitable establishment of health insurance exchanges. Until very recently, the federal government has been very lax in terms of enforcing the mandate established by the Affordable Care Act that requires each state to erect their own insurance exchange program. Officials with the Department of Health and Human Services had originally wanted to allow time for states to warm to the notion of the exchanges, but have only been met with lukewarm interest. In fact, the rate at which states are building…

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