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New Healthcare Web Portal Created by Students in ‘Three Days’

21st Century Wire says…

It was only a matter of time before this would happen. The house of cards has fallen in on Obamacare…

Remember, it only cost the US taxpayer over $600 million to build, and the contract was given to the First Lady’s college friend’s firm somewhere… in Canada.

The Washington Post recently had this to say in response to the failed government health site:

Software problems with the federal online health insurance marketplace, especially in handling high volumes, are proving so stubborn that the system is unlikely to work fully by the end of the month as the White House has promised, according to an official with knowledge of the project.”

It took just three days for three college students to build a functioning replica of  the failed government health site known as “HealthCare.gov.”  

Healthsherpa.com is the new and improved healthcare marketplace created by three students in San Francisco, it is said to be a more manageable way for consumers to navigate through the Obamacare marketplace.

The question remains though, will this new health site offer affordable rates to consumers without them having to take out a bank loan?

It’s anyone’s guess as to how the government will exploit the inventive young trio, or if they will even use the new site…

Three 20 year-olds make their own working Obamacare site in just three days

Kristin Tate
Ben Swann


The Obama Administration has spent multiple years and over $634 million to build the Obamacare website, HealthCare.gov. Despite all of the time and money poured into the site, it still remains broken and glitchy.

Meanwhile in San Francisco, three 20-year-olds were able to build their own Obamacare website that actually works — and they did it in just three days.

Ning Liang, George Kalogeropoulos and Michael Wasser built HealthSherpa.com, which presents the Obamacare marketplace in a much simpler, more effective manner than HealthCare.gov does.

Currently, users must enter all of their personal information into the HealthCare.gov system before even getting a quote. On HealthSherpa.com, however, users only need to enter their zip code to see all of the plans and available pricing.

Liang said, “[The government] got it completely backwards in terms of what people want up front. They want prices and benefits, so that they could make the decision.” 

Read more of this story at Ben Swann.com

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OBAMACARE AT: 21st Century Wire Obamacare File



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