Salo predicted the hub — which he called the Travelocity of health care insurance — will likely have a "turbulent" launch because of its size, but most of the problems will be related to its interface, not security. "The consumer experience will not be a smooth and seamless Travelocity," he said. "We do not think security is going to be a primary concern on day one."
Lawmakers should give the hub time to "work out the kinks," Clarke added.
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