Imagine that a federal agency called the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, responsible for insuring about one-third of the nation, tried to build a national health insurance exchange and the rollout was disastrous.

Well, we don’t have to imagine; it happened. Through wildly poor management that included severely underestimating the complexity of the task, CMS embarrassed itself, and it confused and inconvenienced millions of people.

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