A segment of code from the healthcare.gov website shows a command to define a two-letter code for each state plus the District of Columbia, then a note from the programmer about a potential problem with using "50" as a maximum value for the number of those two-letter codes.
In the three weeks since the Obama administration unveiled its new website for people who want to sign up for low-cost insurance coverage, the rollout has been rocky at best. CGI, the Canadian company behind Healthcare.gov, says it's "doing our part to optimize" the website. NBC's Tom Costello reports.
It's not just customers who struggle with the federal website where people can sign up for the Affordable Care Act's health care exchanges, insurance companies are also having difficulties. NBC's Tom Costello reports.
Aneesh Chopra, former Obama White House technology officer, and Ezra Klein discuss what steps need to be taken to fix the problems with the health care website.