Kentucky's health care exchange faces uncertain future following governor race
The victory of Republican Matt Bevin, who's pledged to dismantle the state-based exchange, has experts concerned for the system's survival.
HHS nominee wants back money wasted on state health exchanges
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President Barack Obama’s nominee to run the Department of Health and Human Services, promised to recover any federal funds misspent in building the state health insurance exchanges as part of the Affordable Care Act.
Top technologists testify on healthcare.gov
The problem with the plagued rollout of healthcare.gov isn’t so much a technical issue, but rooted in a larger management challenge and failure to adopt private-sector best practices in launching IT projects, according to testimony heard at the Nov. 13 hearing on the Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace.
White House responds to healthcare.gov flaws
Nearly three weeks into the launch of the online health insurance marketplace, healthcare.gov, the administration responded to the long laundry list of issues the site has been facing.