On Oct. 1, Obamacare insurance exchanges went online in all 50 states. The website, HealthCare.gov, was launched despite reported warnings by those overseeing the project that the system was not ready for millions of users to access.
Following calls and emails to the personal cell phones of Teal employees, BuzzFeed received a response from a public relations professional saying that the photo images were provided by Medicaid Services for the website’s design.
After calling Medicaid Services, BuzzFeed was told to email a press email box. Following no reply, BuzzFeed emailed Marilyn Tavenner, the chief administrator at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
CMS spokesman Richard Olague then told BuzzFeed via email, “The woman featured on the website signed a release for us to use the photo, but to protect her privacy, we will not share her personal or contact info with anyone.”
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The Search For The Mysterious Obamacare Website Girl
http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/the-sea...Who is that smiling young woman?