ObamaCare Clusterfuck: ACA signups, a great site that shouldn't even exist
Of course, with single payer -- "Everybody in, nobody out" -- we wouldn't have entire web sites devoted to the minutiae of tracking signups at all.
ObamaCare, in a way, is like an artificial reef:
Since at least the 1830s, American fishermen used interlaced logs to build artificial reefs. More recently, castaway junk, such as old refrigerators, shopping carts, ditched cars, out-of-service vending machines replaced the logs in ad hoc reefs. Officially sanctioned projects have incorported decommissioned subway cars, vintage battle tanks, armored personnel carriers and oil drilling rigs.
So, you dump junk in the ocean, and then marine life finds niches in the junk, and the junk gradually gets encrusted the fronds and barnicles 'n' stuff. And so, with ObamaCare, we have little niches like sign-up tracking sites (or apps (or lots and lots of websites and callcenters and brochures and training materials...))*.
Except what kind of civilization dumps dead refrigerators and shopping carts and oil rigs in the ocean, fer pete's sake? The same civilization that brought you ObamaCare, I guess.
NOTE * Walking around money for the "creative class."