At Thursday’s House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing, an Obamacare contractor testified that he tried and failed to successfully complete the account application process on HealthCare.gov.
Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., asked Andrew Slavitt, executive vice president of Optum/QSSI, whether he personally tried logging onto Obamacare’s insurance exchange website. Slavitt replied he had, but was unsuccessful.
“I logged on to create an account, was able to do so, but I just never received a confirmation email,” he said.
“It didn’t work,” he confirmed after a followup up question.
H/T the Washington Free Beacon.
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