Lessons to be learned from Healthcare.gov

Senior Editor Teena Hammond talks to IT leaders to find out the five top lessons to be learned from the dismal launch of the Obamacare website.

The deadline to register for Obamacare on Healthcare.gov is coming up fast, on December 23, in order for coverage to start on January 1.

Open enrollment continues until March 31, but since the site has had plenty of well-documented problems that have slowed enrollments, signing up sooner rather than later makes the most sense.

I talked to IT leaders to find out the top five lessons to be learned from the Healthcare.gov website. The results, as published on TechProResearch, were fascinating, ranging from preparing for success or failure, to always telling the truth about how well an IT project is going.

Watch me talk about these five lessons in two minutes:



By Teena Maddox

Teena Maddox is Associate Managing Editor at TechRepublic. She oversees TechRepublic's news team and TechRepublic Premium. She focuses on tech and business and how the two worlds intersect. Teena's lifelong journalism career has included writing on s...