The deadline for Americans to sign up on healthcare.gov was extended Monday. The website’s botched roll out caused a backlog and ultimately forced the Obama administration to move back the signup dates. At Mall of the Americas people were signing up for coverage Monday.
The first heatlhcare deadline is fast approaching. If you want to start the new year with insurance you have to enroll on healthcare.gov. by Monday. The Marketplace got off to a rocky start. But now that more people are signing up, more people are having success.
Two months removed from the disastrous roll-out of healthcare.gov, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will be back in Miami to talk about the Affordable Care Act.
Seven weeks to the day since the troubled healthcare.gov website was launched, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was in Miami, meeting with so-called “navigators” who are helping the public get signed up for coverage.
She’s become the face of the Affordable Care Act’s botched roll out, but Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will return to the Sunshine State to talk about enrollment on healthcare.gov.
If you are not assured by promises of a highly secure government exchange to buy health insurance, skip it.
The federal website that offers a key provision of president Obama’s health law launched this week with a sputter, a crash and a lot more web traffic than anyone expected. But by week’s end, with most Floridians still unable to access the online marketplace and sign up for health insurance, organizations were trying to build on momentum even though there was little they could do.
Tuesday is the day Healthcare.Gov goes live. It will be a place where you can see, compare, and buy health insurance.