Administration Fears Part Of Health Care System So Flawed It Could Bankrupt Insurance Companies


obama-health-careWhile the administration publicly expresses full confidence in its health care law, privately it fears one part of the system is so flawed it could bankrupt insurance companies and cripple ObamaCare itself.

“Week after week, month after month,” says John Goodman of the National Center for Policy Analysis, “the Obama administration kept telling us everything’s working fine, there’s no problem and then they turn on a dime and fire their contractor.”

To justify a no-bid contract with Accenture after firing CGI as the lead contractor, the administration released documents from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services that offered a rare glimpse of its worst fears, saying the problems with the website puts “the entire health insurance industry at risk” … “potentially leading to their default and disrupting continued services and coverage to consumers.”

Then it went even further, saying if the problems were not fixed by mid-March, “they will result in financial harm to the government.”

It even added that without the fixes “the entire health care reform program is jeopardized.”

In spite of the “urgent” need officials cited to keep the system from collapsing, the White House spokesman said he knew nothing about it.

“I didn’t see the article I’m not aware of those statements,” Jay Carney said.

The dangers were known in early December, but later, shortly before CGI was fired, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius gave Fox News an upbeat account.

Read more at FOX NEWS.

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  1. Maybe that is what is to be, bankrupt the system, so what will be introduced is a one payer system, like Canada, Europe, etc. I don’t think the insurance companies thought of this when they agreed with the adminstration to let all these people go, I thought through greed they would get more money, not get bankrupt out of the system.