Despite glowing reports posted on a few liberal websites the reality is--ObamaCare rollout was a disaster with 99% of all applications flawed.
As few as 1 in 100 applications on the federal exchange contains enough information to enroll the applicant in a plan, several insurance industry sources told CNBC on Friday.
Some of the problems involve how the exchange's software collects and verifies an applicant's data.
"It is extraordinary that these systems weren't ready," said Sumit Nijhawan, CEO of Infogix, which handles data integrity issues for major insurers including WellPoint and Cigna, as well as multiple Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliates.
Experts said that if Healthcare.gov's success rate doesn't improve within the next month or so, federal officials could face a situation in January in which relatively large numbers of people believe they have coverage starting that month, but whose enrollment applications are have not been processed!
Infogix CEO said, “it could be public relations nightmare.”
Insurers have told his company that just "1 in 100" enrollment applicants being sent from the federal marketplace have provided sufficient, verified information.
The photo above shows Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell standing by the 120,000 page ObamaCare law that lawmakers did not read before it was passed into law.
The photo was staged but draws attention to the enormity of the monstrosity that is ObamaCare.