The administration is working to revamp, and even scrap, significant parts of HealthCare.gov to avoid similar problems that plagued the site’s launch last fall, The Wall Street Journal is reporting.
Officials met with carriers to talk about the website flaws and potential fixes, according to the report.
However, the newspaper reports that a tight deadline to get it done is of concern. The administration only has until mid-November to get the website fully functional. Otherwise, consumers might face similar problems as last fall.
Open enrollment for 2015 begins Nov. 15.
“We’re all going to be nervous until Nov. 15,” Shaun Greene, chief operating officer of Utah-based Arches Health Plan, told the Journal. “There is no wiggle room. They’re on a very tight time frame.”