How Should One Feel About a Terrible Project When It Doesn’t Work?

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On WPRI, Susan Campbell and Shaun Towne personalize the latest example of the Unified Health Infrastructure Project’s (UHIP’s) glitchiness:

Since its launch in September, the $364-million United Health Infrastructure Project – or UHIP – has been plagued with problems, including two separate outages on Tuesday and Wednesday.

On Thursday, a Pawtucket woman told Target 12 her husband’s citizenship status was changed in the system, suddenly claiming he wasn’t a U.S. citizen.

What’s amazing to me about all this is that I’m completely and utterly anti-UHIP (aka RIBridgesas a functional project.  The fact that it’s still not functional is just astounding, and I’m not really sure how to react.



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