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Microsoft Office exec Kurt DelBene Will Fix HealthCare.Gov

Healthcare.Gov has started out with a lot of issues, and very few fixes so far. The White House has brought Kurt DelBene, the outgoing Microsoft Office President, to fix the issues of HealthCare.gov. The US Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius announced the appointment today, and Microsoft commented on the move via its official blog.

DelBene spent over 20 years at Microsoft , but resigned because of the internal reorganization. He has one of the hardest jobs running a part of Microsoft when the company is struggling to stay relevant. Will he be able to help rebuild Healthcare.Gov or will it be a task too big for him? Tell us what you think in the comments below!

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2 responses to “Microsoft Office exec Kurt DelBene Will Fix HealthCare.Gov”

  1. "Thank you for taking the time to post a comment on the NHS Choices Website. We were very sorry to hear that you are dissatisfied with some aspects of the care we provide.

    If you would like to contact the surgery directly we could arrange a meeting, which would give you the oppertunity to raise your concerns in person and give us a chance to discuss ways in which we could improve our service.

    You can now make an appointment with our new female GP, Dr Crockett, who will be starting with us on 18th January 2010, please telephone the receptionist who can book you and your family in to see her if you wish.

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