Administration fears part of health care system so flawed it could bankrupt insurance companies

“I’m thrilled that we’re going to have millions of people for the first time that have health security,” she said.


Shortly after the website went live, one official told Congress a critical part of the system – what is known as the “back end” -- had not even been built yet.


Doug Holtz-Eakin, former head of the Congressional Budget Office, says "the back end -- that information is supposed to be transmitted to an insurance company, the insurance company knows who you are, they know what policy you've picked."






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