It’s been somewhat of a crazy night here on the health beat. I thought understanding the intricacies of the Affordable Care Act were challenging. No one told me that reporting on┬áCovered California’s understanding of web metrics was part of this job.

Folks, I live for page views. Please read this:

Covered California now says a spokesman erred when he told the Los Angeles Times today that the agency overstated its online activity. Communications Director Oscar Hidalgo said his deputy Dana Howard was confused about the exchange’s web analytics when he blamed internal miscommunication for inflating the number of page views by nearly tenfold.

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