HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGES: How Healthcare.Gov Got Back on Track After Early Stumbles

The troubles with the initial rollout of Healthcare.gov on Oct. 1, 2013, are well-documented. It was a site so unresponsive that only nine people enrolled in coverage on day one-a site torn apart by both supporters and opponents of the law. So how did it get back to working and enroll more than 8 million people?

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