Back-End Issues With Obamacare Site Become Clearer as Front End Improves

One-third of individuals who have enrolled in coverage have been affected by issues with 834 forms.

This December 2, 2013 photo shows a woman in Washington, DC reading a message indicating that the HealthCare.gov insurance marketplace internet site has too much traffic to continue enrollment. The troubleshooter appointed by President Barack Obama to overhaul a bungled health care website rollout said Sunday that improvements had made a 'night and day' difference in handling online traffic. The White House has admitted previously that the launch of Healthcare.gov, where people can sign up for health insurance, was a debacle and the Obama administration pledged that the vast majority of potential customers would be able to enroll online by the end of November.
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