More than 800,000 visitors gave the hobbled Obamacare website another chance Monday as the government continued to work on software repairs, including a fix to the system that sends customer data to insurers.
The rush yesterday to Healthcare.gov followed a Dec. 1 report saying that six weeks of work had improved its use for most consumers. The administration also said it would name a new chief to run the U.S. exchange after Jeffrey Zients, who has overseen repairs of the online marketplace, becomes the presidents chief economic adviser in January.
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