Has HealthCare.gov claimed its first bureaucrat?

How fast glitches on healthcare.gov are fixed could change the trajectory of the law's success. (Getty Images/HHS)


Has HealthCare.gov claimed its first bureaucrat?

The troubled HealthCare.gov website may have just claimed its first bureaucrat.The chief information officer at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Tony Trenkle, will step down on Nov. 15, the New York Times reports.Trenkle is hardly a household name, but his office was in charge of supervising the development of the website, which has struggled since Oct. 1 to enroll visitors in private insurance.His unexpected retirement is part of a broader shakeup of management that also looks to have …

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