800,000 consumers hit HealthCare.gov after fix is announced

12/3/2013 | Bloomberg · Yahoo

More than 800,000 people were on track to visit the federal health insurance exchange after officials announced capacity had been upgraded and errors had been fixed, CMS spokeswoman Julie Bataille said. Engineers say they repaired a software error that omitted Social Security numbers from data transmitted to insurers and prevented complete enrollment, and engineers deployed a queue system to hold new visitors on a waiting page until others are through the process. Some visitors still had problems but others easily applied for an insurance plan.

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