Clay Johnson Discusses What Really Went Wrong with Healthcare.gov on CNN’s New Day

Clay Johnson — former co-founder of Blue State Digital and Presidential Innovation Fellow — appearing on the 10/23/2013 broadcast of CNN’s New Day to discu…
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18 thoughts on “Clay Johnson Discusses What Really Went Wrong with Healthcare.gov on CNN’s New Day

  1. Jeff Devine

    Nice interview. Clay points out that the problems seen with HealthCare.gov
    are symptoms of the bigger issues around federal IT acquistion and
    oversight.

    Reply
  2. O'Reilly

    Clay Johnson, the author of “The Information Diet,” discusses what went
    wrong with healthcare.gov.

    #healthcaregov 

    Reply
  3. Sue Halterman

    Clay, great interview! Would greatly appreciate it if you could point us to
    the study related to Federal IT failures (96% over $10M). Sincerely, Sue

    Reply
  4. Bastion71

    I would definitely be interested in seeing who signed the ATO. I wonder if
    that information could be found using a FOIA request? Also, I read
    somewhere that at least part of the healthcare.gov website was on GitHub,
    but after it all went pear-shaped, it was removed.

    Reply
  5. Marsee Henon

    Clay Johnson, the author of “The Information Diet,” discusses what went
    wrong with healthcare.gov.

    #healthcaregov 

    Reply
  6. Sara Peyton

    Clay Johnson, the author of “The Information Diet,” discusses what went
    wrong with healthcare.gov.

    #healthcaregov 

    Reply
  7. Jeff Devine

    Nice interview. Clay points out that the problems seen with HealthCare.gov
    are symptoms of the bigger issues around federal IT acquistion and
    oversight.

    Reply
  8. O'Reilly

    Clay Johnson, the author of “The Information Diet,” discusses what went
    wrong with healthcare.gov.

    #healthcaregov 

    Reply
  9. Sue Halterman

    Clay, great interview! Would greatly appreciate it if you could point us to
    the study related to Federal IT failures (96% over $10M). Sincerely, Sue

    Reply
  10. Bastion71

    I would definitely be interested in seeing who signed the ATO. I wonder if
    that information could be found using a FOIA request? Also, I read
    somewhere that at least part of the healthcare.gov website was on GitHub,
    but after it all went pear-shaped, it was removed.

    Reply
  11. Marsee Henon

    Clay Johnson, the author of “The Information Diet,” discusses what went
    wrong with healthcare.gov.

    #healthcaregov 

    Reply
  12. Sara Peyton

    Clay Johnson, the author of “The Information Diet,” discusses what went
    wrong with healthcare.gov.

    #healthcaregov 

    Reply

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