(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) -- ObamaCare’s new health insurance marketplaces experienced a range of technical glitches Tuesday morning as they opened to enroll patients for the first time.
The federally facilitated online exchanges include functions for creating an account, providing personal information and ultimately, comparison shopping for health insurance plans.
Users experienced difficulty with the first step — creating an account — which barred them from accessing the rest of the system.
Some users received error messages asking for patience as the pages loaded, or indicating that the “system is down.”
Others were ultimately sent to pages with incomplete or nonsense text, perhaps due to heavy traffic. Continue reading via the Washington Examiner...