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Redwood Shores, Calif.—Feb 29, 2016
The State of Oregon’s Cover Oregon healthcare exchange website worked successfully, as evidenced by video footage Oracle made public today.
Video: Cover Oregon Website Test Cases
Cover Oregon created a number of test cases demonstrating the system being used to complete the enrollment process for each of the three enrollment channels, including the Individual channel that offered applicants the ability to enroll without assistance from Cover Oregon service representatives or by community partners. Every aspect of these test cases, including user names and scenarios were designed by Cover Oregon. Before Oracle left the project, it made a series of video recordings of these test cases. The videos spotlight three applicants from the Individual channel using the public portal to successfully complete the enrollment process in June 2014.
“The Cover Oregon website was clearly up and running,” said Oracle General Counsel Dorian Daley. “But the State of Oregon decided to move to the federal exchange and purposefully kill the website, rather than allow it to function. The State of Oregon did not want Oregonians to see or use the working website revealed in the videos shared today.”
The videos were edited for length. Full-length recordings are available upon request.
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