Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

The White House was warned in advance by major insurers and others that the exchanges were not ready.

Once you finally make it into HealthCare.gov, it’s hard to get out.

112988578Turkey clamps down on cleavage.

Are the ObamaCare exchanges an invitation to fraud?

RAND study: electronic medical records are stressing doctors out. (gated)

White House and IRS exchanged confidential taxpayer information.

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  1. Rutledge says:

    “Email exchanges involving Ingram and White House officials — including White House health policy advisor Ellen Montz and deputy assistant to the president for health policy Jeanne Lambrew — contained confidential taxpayer information, according to Oversight.”

    There is no hope for privacy anymore. We are forced to release this information to people who are using it against us.

  2. Jill says:

    I’m torn on Electronic Medical Records. Part of me thinks that it is a great advancement that will increase efficiency. On the other hand, it makes it much easier for that information to enter the hands of the wrong people.

  3. JD says:

    “White House and IRS exchanged confidential taxpayer information.”

    Is this surprising to anyone? Separation of powers is becoming unification of power.

  4. JD says:

    “RAND study: electronic medical records are stressing doctors out.”

    Doctors who can handle EMR should use them, doctors who can’t shouldn’t. It isn’t that hard.

  5. JD says:

    “Once you finally make it into HealthCare.gov, it’s hard to get out.”

    Glitches be crazy.

  6. JD says:

    This is getting out of hand.