WASHINGTON — ObamaCare rollout is going very poorly, according to initial reports.
Reuters reported that Maryland, one of the states to roll out ObamaCare, is delaying enrollment for the health care exchanges.
The exchange, which is online and is used for enrollment, was delayed from its opening at 8 a.m. to about noon, at least that was the plan. Other states also suffered similar “glitches” or simply, technical problems with enrolling millions of Americans into a nationalized health care database.
The Department of Health and Human Services offered an apology soon after the problems became evident to users and the news media. Maryland could only said, “We apologize for the inconvenience…Thank you for visiting Maryland Health Connection. We are experiencing connectivity issues. Please visit the site again at 12 Noon.”