Monday, December 2, 2013

One Third Of ObamaCare Applications Contain Errors?

The Obama Regime is now claiming that 149,000 people have signed up for health plans on the website. While we have no idea how many of these application have been completed, reports from National Review and the Washington Post claim that up to one-third of applications have "errors"...

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(National Review) One-third of the people who’ve chosen health-care plans on the federal health-insurance exchange have, unbeknownst to them, had something gone wrong with their enrollment, according to the Washington Post.

Their errors with these "834 reports," the information transmitted to insurers once people pick plans, "include failure to notify insurers about new customers, duplicate enrollments or cancellation notices for the same person, incorrect information about family members, and mistakes involving federal subsidies."

Insurers have been complaining since the site launched about these problems. If they go unresolved, it’s a big problem for consumers, too: Insurance companies won’t be able to mail them bills for their new plans, and unless they’ve paid by January 1, they won’t have coverage starting that day (when many pre-Obamacare individual-market plans expire).

Some of the errors were user-generated, according to one administration official. On the upside, 149,000 people have enrolled in plans using the system, according to an internal report published on Monday — up from 27,000 enrollments on the federal exchange by the end of October.

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