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Fixes to the Obamacare Website Continue, but User Results Are Mixed Fixes to the Obamacare Website Continue, but User Results Are Mixed

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Fixes to the Obamacare Website Continue, but User Results Are Mixed

Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.

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Major fixes to HealthCare.gov still need to be accomplished.(KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

The Health and Human Services Department and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services host a conference call once a day to inform reporters of the progress being made on HealthCare.gov.

The website has been plagued with issues since its Oct. 1 launch, and, nearly one month later, it continues to face big hurdles in improvements. Insurance companies still receive bad information from the federal exchange, which CMS said Monday was at the top of its punch list.

 

The fixes CMS reports appear to affect some users but not all. A USA Today review of HealthCare.gov found that pages loaded faster, but The New York Times reported users were still receiving error messages, such as "The system is down at the moment."

The administration expects to have HealthCare.gov running smoothly for all consumers by the end of November.

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