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Months after the original release of healthcare.gov, it appears that even though people can technically buy insurance on the site, underneath it all, the website’s “back end” is a mess. The website is still missing huge, critical pieces.
Behind the scenes the website’s system is made up of a tangle of workarounds moving billions of taxpayer dollars and premiums between the government and insurers. One of the major parts that still isn’t working properly is the function that accurately pays insurers. Experts say that the longer they lag the more likely they will see serious accounting problems that could lead the public to pay for higher premium subsidies or higher health care costs.