Employees Behind Failed Cover Oregon Website Getting Nice Bonuses
My fellow Contributor Moe Lane has spent a lot of time covering the absolute fiasco that is Oregon’s Obamacare Exchange. Here’s one more story for the long list of problems: in yet another case of “so tone deaf it has to involve government”, the employees responsible for the Cover Oregon website, unarguably the worst among all state exchanges and so bad that the state has | Read More »
Welp: Cover Oregon has died. #obamcare
If John Kitzhaber hadn’t nailed it to the perch, it would be pushing up the daisies!
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Report: it will take $45M and almost two years to ‘fix’ Cover Oregon.
Guess the Democrats should have done more to make this whole thing a bipartisan disaster, huh?
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Cover Oregon: “SAUVE QUI PEUT! HOME! HOME! PICKUP AND HOME!” #obamacare
“Any beacon you can hear. Six minutes! All hands, save yourselves, pick up your mates. Home on any beacon! Sauve qui* -”… I am not exaggerating: Oregon’s troubled health insurance exchange began robocalling applicants Friday, warning them that if they don’t receive enrollment confirmation by Monday, they should seek coverage elsewhere for Jan. 1. “If you haven’t heard from us by Dec. 23, it is | Read More »
Cover Oregon giving out people’s personal #obamacare information by accident.
‘By accident’ is not a valid excuse, by the way. What we can learn from this story about Cover Oregon – yes, it’s the exchange with the songs – and its operating methodology: Cover Oregon is still incapable of processing applications online. Anyone who mailed an application will have at least a month’s lag time before they get a response. If there’s a problem with | Read More »
If you are an Oregonian who has lost your health insurance, make private arrangements NOW.
The (Democratic-controlled) Oregon state government will not have its website up and running in time. I repeat: the Oregon state government will not have its website up and running in time. Rely on the website, and you will have gaps in coverage. People who want health coverage beginning in January through Oregon’s troubled insurance exchange need to act fast. State officials said Wednesday they don’t | Read More »
Cover Oregon Covers Nobody
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Kristina Ribali to discuss the failure of Oregon’s state Obamacare exchange, the $300 million spent on their website that has not signed up a single person yet and how the broader failure of the Obamacare rollout is impacting Democrats.
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