Computer issues have caused major problems for people trying to get health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Knoxville Area Project Access, which is our area's "navigator" of what's been dubbed "Obamacare," says people in East Tennessee are still seeing problems, but some progress is being made.
"We've definitely seen some bugs getting fixed, and so people aren't getting kicked off as much and it's not taking as long to get through, but a lot of people still aren't able to actually submit their application and get their results," said Erin Hill, KAPA's Executive Director.
KAPA's executive director says some people have been able to go through the entire process.
For the first time since the rollout, we're seeing some of the rates offered in Tennessee in the online exchange.
On healthcare.gov, Tennesseans can choose their coverage type and their county to see a list of plans. For a family with a husband, wife and kids living in Knox County, we found rates starting at $371-dollars a month. Families with certain incomes are eligible for cheaper rates, according to the site.