Thousands of Healthcare.gov enrollment records haven't reached insurers, but inaccuracies declining
The Obama administration said Saturday that the rate of inaccuracies in a key enrollment records from HealthCare.gov is declining, but a federal analysis shows about 15,000 consumer sign up forms were never sent to insurance companies due to technical problems with the website. Following the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, the online enrollment tool for Americans to sign up for health insurance, Obama administration officials vowed to get the site working for the vast majority of users. But since the October 1 site launch and start of open enrollment, insurers have reported issues with application forms known as 834 forms sent from HealthCare.gov to the insurance companies.
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