Oct 22 2013

Survey Says! Healthcare.gov To Launch ObamaCare Death Spiral

Published by at 12:30 pm under Obamacare

Apparently the disastrous launch of Obamacare, via the Big-Gov Botch-Job that is Healthcare.gov, has left an impression on the American public. A very bad impression:

Just 12% of people questioned in a CBS News poll released Tuesday say they think the process is going well, with nearly half saying it’s not going well and nearly four in 10 saying they can’t evaluate the signup process at HealthCare.gov.

Less than three-in-10 surveyed in a Pew Research Center poll released on Monday say the online exchanges are working very well, with 46% saying they are not.

An ABC News/Washington Post poll suggests that  major problems with the health care law’s website may just be an appetizer.

Fifty-six percent of those questioned in the survey, which was released Monday, say the website failures are a sign of broader problems to come, with four in 10 saying they are an isolated incident.

Well, if this is how ObamaCare does websites imagine what they will do with the care of your health!

We are definitely flirting with a tipping point, one that will bring on the dreaded “death spiral” were only the very sick sign up and much larger healthy population holds back – financially imploding Obamacare.



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2 Responses to “Survey Says! Healthcare.gov To Launch ObamaCare Death Spiral”

  1. patrioticduo says:

    This is one of those occasions where yours, my and our personal skills and expertise in info technology makes us the most important voices when contacting our congressmen. I recommend that each and every one of us ought to be communicating with our representatives repeatedly and regularly. Indeed, I think that our informed voices may be the best way to get this whole Obamacare disaster ended. Have you contacted your congressman today?

  2. TomAnon says:

    My head is still reeling from the information AJ posted below, HHS/CMS functioning as Prime Integrator and Architect for what is arguably one of the largest Enterprise IT development efforts I have ever seen. I have worked in the .gov world of Systems Integration for nearly 30 years on the contractor side and can say with a high degree of confidence, this is an undertaking that is not within capabilities of big Government. There are few in the private sector that could/maybe do this job. It would a massive exercise in Program Management and Definition before you even began writing anything. The database conversions alone would be a dauntaing undertaking; however, they ignore this and go straight to a Sunshine and Rainbows solution of an anything to anything translator. I have seen these work on a very small scale but on something as large as running 1/6 of the US economy, no way.