CMS Administrator to Testify on Obamacare Again

The Nov. 5 hearing will be the first in the Senate since the ACA website’s launch.

WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 29: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner testifies before the House Ways and Means Committee in the Longworth House Office Building October 29, 2013 in Washington, DC. Tavenner is the first Obama Administration to testify before Congress since the troubled launch the federal exchange website. 'I want to assure you that Healthcare.gov can be fixed, and we are working around the clock to give you the experience that you deserve,' she said.  
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Sophie Novack
Oct. 30, 2013, 6:42 a.m.

The Sen­ate Health, Edu­ca­tion, Labor, and Pen­sions Com­mit­tee will hold a hear­ing with Cen­ters for Medi­care and Medi­caid Ad­min­is­trat­or Mar­ilyn Taven­ner on Nov. 5, Re­u­ters re­ports. The hear­ing will cov­er the prob­lem-filled rol­lout of Health­Care.gov.

Taven­ner test­i­fied on the same sub­ject in front of the Re­pub­lic­an-con­trolled House Ways and Means Com­mit­tee on Tues­day. 

This is the first an­nounce­ment of an over­sight hear­ing in the Demo­crat­ic-con­trolled Sen­ate since the launch of the fed­er­al ex­change web­site on Oct. 1. 

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