The Affordable Care Act is Technically Too Big

According to John McAfee one of the main problems with the Affordable Act is its technical shortfalls.

According to John McAfee one of the main problems with the Affordable Act is its technical shortfalls. According to McAfee, “Here’s the problem: It’s not something software can solve,” McAfee continued. “I mean, what idiot put this system out there and did not create a central depository? There should be one website, run by the government, you go to that website, and then you can click on all of the agencies. This is insane. So, I will predict that the loss of income for the millions of Americans, who are going to lose their identities — I mean, you can imagine some retired lady in Utah, who has $75,000 dollars in the bank, saving her whole life, having it wiped out in one day because she signed up for Obamacare. And believe me, this is going to happen millions of times.”

To resolve the problems, personnel must first identify and document the issues. This would involve all the end users, policy, technical, in addition to systems that interface with the core applications such as insurance companies, state exchanges, doctors and all government agencies that are involved such as the IRS.

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Source: The Washington Times