Both a call to action and a roadmap for progress, Families USA’s latest report, Health Reform 2.0 lays out a path for securing high-quality, affordable health care to all Americans—regardless of income, age, race, or ethnicity—and for achieving the “Triple Aim”: improving health, enhancing quality of care, and reducing health care costs.
The Affordable Care Act has made immense strides in expanding access to affordable health coverage. But some lower and moderate-income consumers may still struggle to afford coverage and care, even with the help of federal financial assistance. Nonprofits can alleviate some of the burden facing consumers.
Last week, we highlighted forward-thinking solutions some states have implemented to provide greater financial assistance to consumers, such as implementing the Basic Health Program.
Accelerating the Affordable Care Act’s Enrollment Momentum: 10 Recommendations for Future Enrollment Periods
Building on lessons learned during the first enrollment period, this report identifies 10 key steps that HHS and state marketplaces can take to significantly increase the number of people who enroll in health insurance during the next enrollment period.
Learn what your state needs to include in its health insurance marketplace for consumers with limited English proficiency.
Explains the differences between navigators and assisters and discusses how in-person assistance works in each type of health insurance marketplace.
Provides an overview of the requirements for health insurance navigator programs and answers key questions states will face as they establish effective navigator programs.
Online applications are great, but if you are like me, you may want to talk with an expert the first time you complete one for health insurance. You might want to talk through how you are comparing health plan choices to see if there are any important considerations that you are missing. Or you might have questions about premium credits and whether to take them in advance or at the end of the year.
Explores the debate about whether navigators should be licensed as agents or brokers, explains how navigators are different from brokers and agents.