One of the outstanding issues for HealthCare.gov to resolve is bad or missing data being sent to insurers. But according to a new report, those problems are being fixed, too.
The New Republic's Jonathan Cohn cites an "administration official" saying that the error rate for the data files being sent to insurers had dropped from one in four in October to one in 10 currently. Insurance companies have complained on numerous occasions that they were receiving incorrect information from the site or no information at all.
The Obama administration had previously refused to provide an error rate when pressed by reporters.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, America's Health Insurance Plans, and the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association issued a joint statement this week, saying that they were working together to resolve the issue.