People trying to apply and enroll for private health insurance through Obamacare before Monday’s midnight deadline discovered the website was “currently unavailable.”
Healthcare.gov, the online marketplace bedeviled by bugs since its launch last fall, went down for several hours Monday morning, a statement from the Department of Health and Human Services said. It was back online later in the morning after a short time when it put customers in a “queue,” meaning they’d be notified by email when they could proceed with enrollment.
Capitol Imaging Services is the largest independent radiology practice of its type serving the Southeastern United States. Not only do we perform the scan, such as an ultrasound or mammogram, we provide the radiology expertise to review test images and issue critical findings to physicians and other healthcare providers.
Our full-service imaging portfolio of services includes ultra high field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), ultra low dose Computed Tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, Positron Emission Tomography (PET)/CT and 3D mammography. Capitol Imaging Services also performs specialty exams such as angiography, arthrography, fluoroscopy and 3D mammography.
Capitol Imaging Services also works to lower out of pocket expenses for people undergoing exams that are not covered entirely by health insurance. For those with unfulfilled insurance deductibles or no health insurance coverage, that’s a major financial advantage. And, this advantage is enjoyed without sacrificing quality of imaging technology, reporting or radiological expertise.
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