ObamaCare Clusterfuck: Covered California to delay quality rating system
Je repete: This is what project managers do when they can't deliver on poorly architected bloatware like ObamaCare: They triage functionality, slip deadlines, and say "everything's fine. Really!" Sacramento Business Journal:
Covered California has decided not to include a quality rating system for health plans when the new insurance marketplace kicks off enrollment in October.
The issue has been controversial because some plans have complained there is not enough time to prepare their reporting systems to track the requested data.
So, Obama was lying when he said using the Exchanges would be like buying a flat-screen TV?
Perish the thought!
NOTE Incidentally, the providers aren't so wrong, but that's only because all the plans, every single one, are apples to oranges, both with respect to each other, and with respect to existing plans. So there's no baseline at all.