The public’s access to Healthcare.gov just got a good deal more selective.

Classical reference. Anyway:

HHS to take Healthcare.gov applications offline this weekend for ‘scheduled maintenance’

The agency reports that it will take down the application section of Healthcare.gov this weekend during off-peak hours “for scheduled maintenance.”

In a release titled “Week One Success,” the agency touts “sustained improvements” to the consumer experience since the launch Tuesday, despite the ongoing and widespread prevalence of long waits and error messages greeting people around the country who are trying to use the site.

I’m sure that they’ll be figuring all of this out eventually, but it’d be nice to hear how many people are actually using the site to, you know, buy health insurance. Because so far the silence is speaking volumes…

Moe Lane

2 thoughts on “The public’s access to Healthcare.gov just got a good deal more selective.”

  1. Scheduled maintenance seems to me I heard that phrase before, Oh yea, last job, just before everything went to hell. It actually makes me glad to be unemployed.

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