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IT professionals can prevent errors and omissions catastrophes by implementing key project management strategies.
CHICAGO, Oct. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- If IT contractors need a reminder of what can go wrong on a major project, HealthCare.gov, the federal government's online health insurance exchange, provides one. In addition to miscalculating healthcare subsidies and preventing users from creating accounts, HealthCare.gov's error messages have spurred users to apply for coverage via phone.
Though these glitches certainly hurt individuals looking for healthcare, the Affordable Care Act itself may suffer the most damage. The website's woes have cost the law credibility, which could prove calamitous if it prevents people from signing up.
TechInsurance (www.techinsurance.com), the nation's leading online agent for owners of small technology businesses, highlights the flubbed launch as a cautionary tale for IT professionals across fields. "In the private sector, missed deadlines and broken websites cause major financial losses. When clients lose money because of faulty technology, they turn to the people who built that technology to recover their money," said Ted Devine, CEO of TechInsurance (www.techinsurance.com). "For small IT businesses, a failed launch can trigger an expensive Errors and Omissions lawsuit."
Today, TechInsurance used the lessons of HealthCare.gov to issue new guidelines for IT professionals looking to avoid E&O claims:
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TechInsurance, the nation's leading online agent for small and micro businesses, provides an online destination where IT and technology business owners can find essential insurance coverage, including Errors & Omissions Insurance. For details, visit www.techinsurance.com.
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