White House Talks Obamacare Glitches

by Karl Utermohlen | October 8, 2013 12:59 pm

The White House is working on the Obamacare glitches[1] that users faced when signing up for the new health care policy online.

The Register reports that the massive amount of people[2] signing up for the Affordable Care Act has been the reason why there have been glitches. The server could not handle the traffic that the site was getting since the White House was not anticipating this response.

A White House spokesman said that they are fixing the Obamacare glitches by creating an online waiting room to make sure that the site doesn’t get too much traffic. The server will now be able to carry the amount of users online and those in the waiting room will not have to wait too long. Nevertheless, the White House is still working on fixing these glitches and ensuring that people can sign up for Obamacare.

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  1. Obamacare glitches: https://investorplace.com/investorpolitics/some-obamacare-exchanges-face-it-glitch-delays/
  2. The Register reports that the massive amount of people: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/10/08/obamacare_site_fix_promised/
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