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Maximus’ Tom Romeo: New HealthCare.Gov Eyes User Experience Similar to Online Shopping

Tom Romeo
Tom Romeo

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 27,  2015 — Tom Romeo, president of Maximus‘ (NYSE: MMS) federal services business, believes the new tools of the updated HealthCare.gov website work toward better customer experience, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

“They are focused on making the experience more of a parallel to what people expect when they get on [Amazon.com], ” Romeo said.

USA Today reported Friday that the Department of Health and Human Services opened the new federal health insurance exchange for browsing Sunday ahead of the enrollment period from Nov. 1 to Jan. 31.

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