After spending over $300 million on its exchange, the state of Oregon has failed to enroll a single person online.

Somewhere along the way Oregon managed to sign up 44 people for Obamacare, but not through the internet. Philip Klein of the Washington Examiner reported in December…

Oregon signs up just 44 people for Obamacare despite spending $300 million

Oregon, once touted as a model for President Obama’s health care law, signed up just 44 people for insurance through November, despite spending more than $300 million on its state-based exchange.

The state’s exchange had the fewest sign-ups in the nation, according to a new report today by the Department of Health and Human Services.

As of April 2014, the situation in Oregon hasn’t improved. Sarah Hurtubise of The Daily Caller reports that the Oregon exchange is a colossal failure and heads are beginning to roll…

Oregon’s Obamacare exchange STILL in shambles

While the White House was hailing the latest Obamacare enrollment figures, Oregon’s exchange failed to sign up a single person online — making Cover Oregon Obamacare’s most disastrous state-based health exchange.

The exchange’s current IT director is now the fourth top official at Cover Oregon to resign from the embattled health insurance marketplace, following the former CIO Carolyn Lawson, who oversaw the site’s construction, and the organization’s two consecutive directors.

Aaron Karjala, the chief information technology manager for the insurance exchange, resigned Monday after Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber urged the exchange’s board to remove her and former director Bruce Goldberg, who resigned earlier this month.

It’s too bad this wave of firings hasn’t reached the borders of Washington, DC.

As Jim Treacher recently asked…

Why does Kathleen Sebelius still have a job?

Featured image from “Cover Oregon” via YouTube.