Americans Continue to Rate Exchange Rollout Negatively

Despite fixes made to the health insurance marketplaces, two-thirds of Americans (66%) surveyed in mid-January say the opening has “not gone well” or worse, according to a new Associated Press-GfK survey. However, this is a 10% decrease from a December poll, which found 76% of Americans polled held such a view.

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Just wait until interoperability problems dominate the Healthcare landscape With out standardized data definitions every company will be reporting different subjects defined in their systems. It would be abetter solution if their was data subject standards set up as a resource and had all companies define their Inter operational messages using the published subject vs, those defined in their databases.
Posted by Jim H | Thursday, January 30 2014 at 9:08AM ET
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