Alabama launches new online portal for children's and women's health care coverage.
The past month of problems and de-bugging on the Affordable Care Act portal has not been so bad, if you think of it as a beta.
Developer documentation shows agile development practices were used in building the site. Here's where that could have hurt.
Development of large, complex systems requires a method that also allows a progressive discovery of project scope and dependencies, along with identification and mitigation of key risks.
An outage that hit Verizon Terremark affected the data services hub, rendering the federal and state exchanges unusable.
As HealthCare.gov flounders, some of the health insurance exchanges that states established have been running smoothly.
The federal health care exchange website was forced into action by a hard deadline, despite bloated code and failed tests. What can agencies learn from the launch?
HHS should come clean about the system design, architecture and elasticity -- or lack of all three -- in the health care exchange website.
What can developers learn from the bumpy opening of the Affordable Care Act sites?
Despite anecdotal reports of glitches with the launch of federal and state health insurance exchange sites under the Affordable Care Act, most performed well, according to website monitoring service Keynote Systems.