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Administration reports 25% error rate on Obamacare forms from October, November
Washington Post

Obama administration officials announced Friday that the enrollment records for an estimated one in four Americans who chose health plans through the online federal marketplace in October and November had computer-generated errors that complicated their ability to finish buying coverage. Officials said that such errors have now become less common.

Currently, the Web site, HealthCare.gov, is making mistakes in the records of an estimated one in 10 people signing up for a health plan, according to Julie Bataille, director of communications for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the agency that oversees the federal health-insurance exchange.

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