Sep
27
20 comments
Find out how the Affordable Care Act is helping children with special health care needs and their parents. Reports from the Urban Institute show how health care coverage is benefiting two generations.
Read More

Jul
31
3 comments
Parents of children with special needs may have to file insurance complaints if services are being cut or denied. The Community Catalyst has just come out with a toolkit to help families of children with disabilities get what their child needs.
Read More

Jun
30
0 comments
Access to medical records helps families of children with special needs to better partner in health care decisions. New guidance on HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) helps address some of the barriers parents have faced getting medical records such as lack of electronic access, sharing with other providers, etc.
Read More

May
25
1 comment
The Department of Health and Human Services issued some new rules for health plans sold in the federal exchange next year. This is good news, as these changes will give consumers more information about health plans and make it easier to compare plans.
Read More

Apr
20
0 comments
One of the most confusing aspects for families of children with disabilities is the concept of deductibles and how that plays into cost-sharing. Many parents will choose plans with lower deductibles, but this may mean there is also a level of fewer benefits, which could be particularly problematic for children with special health care needs. Learn more about deductibles in this blog.
Read More

Mar
21
0 comments
There are now changes in circumstances which will no longer qualify for special enrollment. Find out why this happened, what changes were made, and what families need to know.
Read More
Tags : enrollment, SEPs

Feb
12
5 comments
Despite the Affordable Care Act, there are still about 32 million nonelderly uninsured individuals in the US. About half of these could get coverage under Medicaid or could get help buying insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Find out why there are still families without coverage and what can be done about it.
Read More

Jan
07
0 comments
There are new privacy tools on Healthcare.gov such as privacy manager, Do Not Track, and a new privacy notice. Find out what they are, how they work, and how they will assist consumers maintain health privacy information and help them get the best health care plans for their family.
Read More

Dec
10
0 comments
Healthcare.gov has come up with an important new resource to assist families in choosing health plans. Even if parents are happy with their current plan, there is a strong likelihood of finding a comparable plan that costs less, so it is important to “shop around.”
Read More
Tags : aca, plans, options

Nov
11
20 comments
Even after children and adults with special needs have enrolled in a healthcare plan through a State or the Federal Marketplace, some are having difficulties accessing care. In this blog, we summarize some of the obstacles and how they can be addressed.
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

Oct
10
1 comment
Recent data indicate that a large number of enrollees didn’t access health insurance cost-sharing reductions available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Why did this happen? How can families get more help paying for health coverage?
Read More

Sep
17
1 comment
The federal government issued a new rule in February regarding the Essential Health Benefits (EHBs) that must be included in all individual and small-group health plans sold in or outside of ACA Exchanges. This blog discusses how this rule may lead to improved “habilitative” services for children with disabilities.
Read More

Aug
26
1 comment
Health care premiums increases have lessened in recent years but costs may again rise. Find out why this could happen and what families can do to prepare.
Read More

Jul
08
4 comments
Most families are familiar with managed care and understand that they have better health care coverage if they stay within their plan’s network. However, even when families go to network hospitals, they are sometimes hit with surprise medical bills. This blog describes how this can happen and what families can do about it.
Read More

Jun
02
2 comments
Although “national spending on health care and insurance premiums has risen at historically low rates in recent years”, the perception of families is different. Why do most families feel that the expense of health care is increasing?
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

May
03
0 comments
The term “health disparities” means that there are differences in health outcomes for various populations, such as by race, ethnicity, gender, or socio-economic status. Children and adults with disabilities, especially those from underserved communities, may have worse health results than others. Some of these unfavorable outcomes could be prevented. This piece examines how to improve outcomes for diverse individuals with disabilities and how the ACA (Affordable Care Act) can facilitate this.
Read More

Apr
08
0 comments
Most Americans do not realize that their health care is subsidized. This lack of understanding has led to a basic misperception on how various health care plans are funded and unnecessary stigma associated with some plans. This blog describes how, through employer-subsidized plans, the marketplace plans, and public programs, almost everyone in the US gets help to pay for health care.
Read More

Mar
05
1 comment
This is the first year that taxpayers must report on their income tax form if they have health coverage. Some families just have to check a box on their tax return, others need to complete new forms, and still others can ask for a hardship exemption or pay a penalty. Find out what families need to know about how health insurance coverage effects them this tax season.
Read More

Feb
09
0 comments
Parents of children with special health care needs may have difficulty finding health care plans on the Marketplace due to their child’s medical complexity. There are now resources to help families find the most comprehensive health care coverage for their child. The National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative (NDNRC) has fact sheets, including one for children with special needs (see Resources.) Other fact sheet topics cover autism, intellectual disability, and mental illness, and more are being developed. In addition, NDNRC topical sheets cover other areas of interest such as comparing plans, medications, therapies, etc. These fact sheets were developed to give more information to Navigators helping people with disabilities. Families can use these helpful tools to assist them in finding ample health care coverage for their child with special needs.
Read More
Tags : aca, enrollment

Jan
14
0 comments
Insights into “network adequacy,” a term which addresses whether sufficient numbers of providers are part of an insurance plan’s network and accessible to their subscribers and "network transparency," a term which addresses how easy it is for families to find provider directories.
Read More

Dec
09
0 comments
Although many families may have had their Marketplace health insurance coverage for a year, many parents are confused about what language like co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles mean and families should know what to look for before they pay a health care bill to make sure the information is correct.
Read More

Oct
31
0 comments
From November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015, families will have the opportunity to enroll in health care plans, renew their plan, or change to a new plan in the Marketplace. This blog provides information and resources to help families accomplish these changes.
Read More

Sep
25
8 comments
Families and professionals working with children with disabilities need to know about various insurance coverage options as children age out of programs. Choices may be different depending upon whether the insurance is employer-based, obtained through the Marketplace, or public insurance. This blog discusses those options and provides additional resources.
Read More

Aug
21
0 comments
Over 300,000 individuals are at risk of losing health care coverage because of documentation discrepancies in their applications. Letters went out on August 12, 2014 to these individuals. Families and groups working with them can find out how to address this issue by following these tips.
Read More

Aug
15
4 comments
“Churn” in health care coverage means moving from health plan to health plan based on changes in eligibility. This often causes disruptions in health care coverage having consequences for those who depend on continuous care.
Read More

Sep
27
20 comments
Find out how the Affordable Care Act is helping children with special health care needs and their parents. Reports from the Urban Institute show how health care coverage is benefiting two generations.
Read More

Jul
31
3 comments
Parents of children with special needs may have to file insurance complaints if services are being cut or denied. The Community Catalyst has just come out with a toolkit to help families of children with disabilities get what their child needs.
Read More

Jun
30
0 comments
Access to medical records helps families of children with special needs to better partner in health care decisions. New guidance on HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) helps address some of the barriers parents have faced getting medical records such as lack of electronic access, sharing with other providers, etc.
Read More

May
25
1 comment
The Department of Health and Human Services issued some new rules for health plans sold in the federal exchange next year. This is good news, as these changes will give consumers more information about health plans and make it easier to compare plans.
Read More

Apr
20
0 comments
One of the most confusing aspects for families of children with disabilities is the concept of deductibles and how that plays into cost-sharing. Many parents will choose plans with lower deductibles, but this may mean there is also a level of fewer benefits, which could be particularly problematic for children with special health care needs. Learn more about deductibles in this blog.
Read More

Mar
21
0 comments
There are now changes in circumstances which will no longer qualify for special enrollment. Find out why this happened, what changes were made, and what families need to know.
Read More
Tags : enrollment, SEPs

Feb
12
5 comments
Despite the Affordable Care Act, there are still about 32 million nonelderly uninsured individuals in the US. About half of these could get coverage under Medicaid or could get help buying insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Find out why there are still families without coverage and what can be done about it.
Read More

Jan
07
0 comments
There are new privacy tools on Healthcare.gov such as privacy manager, Do Not Track, and a new privacy notice. Find out what they are, how they work, and how they will assist consumers maintain health privacy information and help them get the best health care plans for their family.
Read More

Dec
10
0 comments
Healthcare.gov has come up with an important new resource to assist families in choosing health plans. Even if parents are happy with their current plan, there is a strong likelihood of finding a comparable plan that costs less, so it is important to “shop around.”
Read More
Tags : aca, plans, options

Nov
11
20 comments
Even after children and adults with special needs have enrolled in a healthcare plan through a State or the Federal Marketplace, some are having difficulties accessing care. In this blog, we summarize some of the obstacles and how they can be addressed.
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

Oct
10
1 comment
Recent data indicate that a large number of enrollees didn’t access health insurance cost-sharing reductions available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Why did this happen? How can families get more help paying for health coverage?
Read More

Sep
17
1 comment
The federal government issued a new rule in February regarding the Essential Health Benefits (EHBs) that must be included in all individual and small-group health plans sold in or outside of ACA Exchanges. This blog discusses how this rule may lead to improved “habilitative” services for children with disabilities.
Read More

Aug
26
1 comment
Health care premiums increases have lessened in recent years but costs may again rise. Find out why this could happen and what families can do to prepare.
Read More

Jul
08
4 comments
Most families are familiar with managed care and understand that they have better health care coverage if they stay within their plan’s network. However, even when families go to network hospitals, they are sometimes hit with surprise medical bills. This blog describes how this can happen and what families can do about it.
Read More

Jun
02
2 comments
Although “national spending on health care and insurance premiums has risen at historically low rates in recent years”, the perception of families is different. Why do most families feel that the expense of health care is increasing?
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

May
03
0 comments
The term “health disparities” means that there are differences in health outcomes for various populations, such as by race, ethnicity, gender, or socio-economic status. Children and adults with disabilities, especially those from underserved communities, may have worse health results than others. Some of these unfavorable outcomes could be prevented. This piece examines how to improve outcomes for diverse individuals with disabilities and how the ACA (Affordable Care Act) can facilitate this.
Read More

Apr
08
0 comments
Most Americans do not realize that their health care is subsidized. This lack of understanding has led to a basic misperception on how various health care plans are funded and unnecessary stigma associated with some plans. This blog describes how, through employer-subsidized plans, the marketplace plans, and public programs, almost everyone in the US gets help to pay for health care.
Read More

Mar
05
1 comment
This is the first year that taxpayers must report on their income tax form if they have health coverage. Some families just have to check a box on their tax return, others need to complete new forms, and still others can ask for a hardship exemption or pay a penalty. Find out what families need to know about how health insurance coverage effects them this tax season.
Read More

Feb
09
0 comments
Parents of children with special health care needs may have difficulty finding health care plans on the Marketplace due to their child’s medical complexity. There are now resources to help families find the most comprehensive health care coverage for their child. The National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative (NDNRC) has fact sheets, including one for children with special needs (see Resources.) Other fact sheet topics cover autism, intellectual disability, and mental illness, and more are being developed. In addition, NDNRC topical sheets cover other areas of interest such as comparing plans, medications, therapies, etc. These fact sheets were developed to give more information to Navigators helping people with disabilities. Families can use these helpful tools to assist them in finding ample health care coverage for their child with special needs.
Read More
Tags : aca, enrollment

Jan
14
0 comments
Insights into “network adequacy,” a term which addresses whether sufficient numbers of providers are part of an insurance plan’s network and accessible to their subscribers and "network transparency," a term which addresses how easy it is for families to find provider directories.
Read More

Dec
09
0 comments
Although many families may have had their Marketplace health insurance coverage for a year, many parents are confused about what language like co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles mean and families should know what to look for before they pay a health care bill to make sure the information is correct.
Read More

Oct
31
0 comments
From November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015, families will have the opportunity to enroll in health care plans, renew their plan, or change to a new plan in the Marketplace. This blog provides information and resources to help families accomplish these changes.
Read More

Sep
25
8 comments
Families and professionals working with children with disabilities need to know about various insurance coverage options as children age out of programs. Choices may be different depending upon whether the insurance is employer-based, obtained through the Marketplace, or public insurance. This blog discusses those options and provides additional resources.
Read More

Aug
21
0 comments
Over 300,000 individuals are at risk of losing health care coverage because of documentation discrepancies in their applications. Letters went out on August 12, 2014 to these individuals. Families and groups working with them can find out how to address this issue by following these tips.
Read More

Aug
15
4 comments
“Churn” in health care coverage means moving from health plan to health plan based on changes in eligibility. This often causes disruptions in health care coverage having consequences for those who depend on continuous care.
Read More

Sep
27
20 comments
Find out how the Affordable Care Act is helping children with special health care needs and their parents. Reports from the Urban Institute show how health care coverage is benefiting two generations.
Read More

Jul
31
3 comments
Parents of children with special needs may have to file insurance complaints if services are being cut or denied. The Community Catalyst has just come out with a toolkit to help families of children with disabilities get what their child needs.
Read More

Jun
30
0 comments
Access to medical records helps families of children with special needs to better partner in health care decisions. New guidance on HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) helps address some of the barriers parents have faced getting medical records such as lack of electronic access, sharing with other providers, etc.
Read More

May
25
1 comment
The Department of Health and Human Services issued some new rules for health plans sold in the federal exchange next year. This is good news, as these changes will give consumers more information about health plans and make it easier to compare plans.
Read More

Apr
20
0 comments
One of the most confusing aspects for families of children with disabilities is the concept of deductibles and how that plays into cost-sharing. Many parents will choose plans with lower deductibles, but this may mean there is also a level of fewer benefits, which could be particularly problematic for children with special health care needs. Learn more about deductibles in this blog.
Read More

Mar
21
0 comments
There are now changes in circumstances which will no longer qualify for special enrollment. Find out why this happened, what changes were made, and what families need to know.
Read More
Tags : enrollment, SEPs

Feb
12
5 comments
Despite the Affordable Care Act, there are still about 32 million nonelderly uninsured individuals in the US. About half of these could get coverage under Medicaid or could get help buying insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Find out why there are still families without coverage and what can be done about it.
Read More

Jan
07
0 comments
There are new privacy tools on Healthcare.gov such as privacy manager, Do Not Track, and a new privacy notice. Find out what they are, how they work, and how they will assist consumers maintain health privacy information and help them get the best health care plans for their family.
Read More

Dec
10
0 comments
Healthcare.gov has come up with an important new resource to assist families in choosing health plans. Even if parents are happy with their current plan, there is a strong likelihood of finding a comparable plan that costs less, so it is important to “shop around.”
Read More
Tags : aca, plans, options

Nov
11
20 comments
Even after children and adults with special needs have enrolled in a healthcare plan through a State or the Federal Marketplace, some are having difficulties accessing care. In this blog, we summarize some of the obstacles and how they can be addressed.
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

Oct
10
1 comment
Recent data indicate that a large number of enrollees didn’t access health insurance cost-sharing reductions available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Why did this happen? How can families get more help paying for health coverage?
Read More

Sep
17
1 comment
The federal government issued a new rule in February regarding the Essential Health Benefits (EHBs) that must be included in all individual and small-group health plans sold in or outside of ACA Exchanges. This blog discusses how this rule may lead to improved “habilitative” services for children with disabilities.
Read More

Aug
26
1 comment
Health care premiums increases have lessened in recent years but costs may again rise. Find out why this could happen and what families can do to prepare.
Read More

Jul
08
4 comments
Most families are familiar with managed care and understand that they have better health care coverage if they stay within their plan’s network. However, even when families go to network hospitals, they are sometimes hit with surprise medical bills. This blog describes how this can happen and what families can do about it.
Read More

Jun
02
2 comments
Although “national spending on health care and insurance premiums has risen at historically low rates in recent years”, the perception of families is different. Why do most families feel that the expense of health care is increasing?
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

May
03
0 comments
The term “health disparities” means that there are differences in health outcomes for various populations, such as by race, ethnicity, gender, or socio-economic status. Children and adults with disabilities, especially those from underserved communities, may have worse health results than others. Some of these unfavorable outcomes could be prevented. This piece examines how to improve outcomes for diverse individuals with disabilities and how the ACA (Affordable Care Act) can facilitate this.
Read More

Apr
08
0 comments
Most Americans do not realize that their health care is subsidized. This lack of understanding has led to a basic misperception on how various health care plans are funded and unnecessary stigma associated with some plans. This blog describes how, through employer-subsidized plans, the marketplace plans, and public programs, almost everyone in the US gets help to pay for health care.
Read More

Mar
05
1 comment
This is the first year that taxpayers must report on their income tax form if they have health coverage. Some families just have to check a box on their tax return, others need to complete new forms, and still others can ask for a hardship exemption or pay a penalty. Find out what families need to know about how health insurance coverage effects them this tax season.
Read More

Feb
09
0 comments
Parents of children with special health care needs may have difficulty finding health care plans on the Marketplace due to their child’s medical complexity. There are now resources to help families find the most comprehensive health care coverage for their child. The National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative (NDNRC) has fact sheets, including one for children with special needs (see Resources.) Other fact sheet topics cover autism, intellectual disability, and mental illness, and more are being developed. In addition, NDNRC topical sheets cover other areas of interest such as comparing plans, medications, therapies, etc. These fact sheets were developed to give more information to Navigators helping people with disabilities. Families can use these helpful tools to assist them in finding ample health care coverage for their child with special needs.
Read More
Tags : aca, enrollment

Jan
14
0 comments
Insights into “network adequacy,” a term which addresses whether sufficient numbers of providers are part of an insurance plan’s network and accessible to their subscribers and "network transparency," a term which addresses how easy it is for families to find provider directories.
Read More

Dec
09
0 comments
Although many families may have had their Marketplace health insurance coverage for a year, many parents are confused about what language like co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles mean and families should know what to look for before they pay a health care bill to make sure the information is correct.
Read More

Oct
31
0 comments
From November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015, families will have the opportunity to enroll in health care plans, renew their plan, or change to a new plan in the Marketplace. This blog provides information and resources to help families accomplish these changes.
Read More

Sep
25
8 comments
Families and professionals working with children with disabilities need to know about various insurance coverage options as children age out of programs. Choices may be different depending upon whether the insurance is employer-based, obtained through the Marketplace, or public insurance. This blog discusses those options and provides additional resources.
Read More

Aug
21
0 comments
Over 300,000 individuals are at risk of losing health care coverage because of documentation discrepancies in their applications. Letters went out on August 12, 2014 to these individuals. Families and groups working with them can find out how to address this issue by following these tips.
Read More

Aug
15
4 comments
“Churn” in health care coverage means moving from health plan to health plan based on changes in eligibility. This often causes disruptions in health care coverage having consequences for those who depend on continuous care.
Read More

Sep
27
20 comments
Find out how the Affordable Care Act is helping children with special health care needs and their parents. Reports from the Urban Institute show how health care coverage is benefiting two generations.
Read More

Jul
31
3 comments
Parents of children with special needs may have to file insurance complaints if services are being cut or denied. The Community Catalyst has just come out with a toolkit to help families of children with disabilities get what their child needs.
Read More

Jun
30
0 comments
Access to medical records helps families of children with special needs to better partner in health care decisions. New guidance on HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) helps address some of the barriers parents have faced getting medical records such as lack of electronic access, sharing with other providers, etc.
Read More

May
25
1 comment
The Department of Health and Human Services issued some new rules for health plans sold in the federal exchange next year. This is good news, as these changes will give consumers more information about health plans and make it easier to compare plans.
Read More

Apr
20
0 comments
One of the most confusing aspects for families of children with disabilities is the concept of deductibles and how that plays into cost-sharing. Many parents will choose plans with lower deductibles, but this may mean there is also a level of fewer benefits, which could be particularly problematic for children with special health care needs. Learn more about deductibles in this blog.
Read More

Mar
21
0 comments
There are now changes in circumstances which will no longer qualify for special enrollment. Find out why this happened, what changes were made, and what families need to know.
Read More
Tags : enrollment, SEPs

Feb
12
5 comments
Despite the Affordable Care Act, there are still about 32 million nonelderly uninsured individuals in the US. About half of these could get coverage under Medicaid or could get help buying insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Find out why there are still families without coverage and what can be done about it.
Read More

Jan
07
0 comments
There are new privacy tools on Healthcare.gov such as privacy manager, Do Not Track, and a new privacy notice. Find out what they are, how they work, and how they will assist consumers maintain health privacy information and help them get the best health care plans for their family.
Read More

Dec
10
0 comments
Healthcare.gov has come up with an important new resource to assist families in choosing health plans. Even if parents are happy with their current plan, there is a strong likelihood of finding a comparable plan that costs less, so it is important to “shop around.”
Read More
Tags : aca, plans, options

Nov
11
20 comments
Even after children and adults with special needs have enrolled in a healthcare plan through a State or the Federal Marketplace, some are having difficulties accessing care. In this blog, we summarize some of the obstacles and how they can be addressed.
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

Oct
10
1 comment
Recent data indicate that a large number of enrollees didn’t access health insurance cost-sharing reductions available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Why did this happen? How can families get more help paying for health coverage?
Read More

Sep
17
1 comment
The federal government issued a new rule in February regarding the Essential Health Benefits (EHBs) that must be included in all individual and small-group health plans sold in or outside of ACA Exchanges. This blog discusses how this rule may lead to improved “habilitative” services for children with disabilities.
Read More

Aug
26
1 comment
Health care premiums increases have lessened in recent years but costs may again rise. Find out why this could happen and what families can do to prepare.
Read More

Jul
08
4 comments
Most families are familiar with managed care and understand that they have better health care coverage if they stay within their plan’s network. However, even when families go to network hospitals, they are sometimes hit with surprise medical bills. This blog describes how this can happen and what families can do about it.
Read More

Jun
02
2 comments
Although “national spending on health care and insurance premiums has risen at historically low rates in recent years”, the perception of families is different. Why do most families feel that the expense of health care is increasing?
Read More
Tags : aca, financing

May
03
0 comments
The term “health disparities” means that there are differences in health outcomes for various populations, such as by race, ethnicity, gender, or socio-economic status. Children and adults with disabilities, especially those from underserved communities, may have worse health results than others. Some of these unfavorable outcomes could be prevented. This piece examines how to improve outcomes for diverse individuals with disabilities and how the ACA (Affordable Care Act) can facilitate this.
Read More

Apr
08
0 comments
Most Americans do not realize that their health care is subsidized. This lack of understanding has led to a basic misperception on how various health care plans are funded and unnecessary stigma associated with some plans. This blog describes how, through employer-subsidized plans, the marketplace plans, and public programs, almost everyone in the US gets help to pay for health care.
Read More

Mar
05
1 comment
This is the first year that taxpayers must report on their income tax form if they have health coverage. Some families just have to check a box on their tax return, others need to complete new forms, and still others can ask for a hardship exemption or pay a penalty. Find out what families need to know about how health insurance coverage effects them this tax season.
Read More

Feb
09
0 comments
Parents of children with special health care needs may have difficulty finding health care plans on the Marketplace due to their child’s medical complexity. There are now resources to help families find the most comprehensive health care coverage for their child. The National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative (NDNRC) has fact sheets, including one for children with special needs (see Resources.) Other fact sheet topics cover autism, intellectual disability, and mental illness, and more are being developed. In addition, NDNRC topical sheets cover other areas of interest such as comparing plans, medications, therapies, etc. These fact sheets were developed to give more information to Navigators helping people with disabilities. Families can use these helpful tools to assist them in finding ample health care coverage for their child with special needs.
Read More
Tags : aca, enrollment

Jan
14
0 comments
Insights into “network adequacy,” a term which addresses whether sufficient numbers of providers are part of an insurance plan’s network and accessible to their subscribers and "network transparency," a term which addresses how easy it is for families to find provider directories.
Read More

Dec
09
0 comments
Although many families may have had their Marketplace health insurance coverage for a year, many parents are confused about what language like co-pays, coinsurance, and deductibles mean and families should know what to look for before they pay a health care bill to make sure the information is correct.
Read More

Oct
31
0 comments
From November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015, families will have the opportunity to enroll in health care plans, renew their plan, or change to a new plan in the Marketplace. This blog provides information and resources to help families accomplish these changes.
Read More

Sep
25
8 comments
Families and professionals working with children with disabilities need to know about various insurance coverage options as children age out of programs. Choices may be different depending upon whether the insurance is employer-based, obtained through the Marketplace, or public insurance. This blog discusses those options and provides additional resources.
Read More

Aug
21
0 comments
Over 300,000 individuals are at risk of losing health care coverage because of documentation discrepancies in their applications. Letters went out on August 12, 2014 to these individuals. Families and groups working with them can find out how to address this issue by following these tips.
Read More

Aug
15
4 comments
“Churn” in health care coverage means moving from health plan to health plan based on changes in eligibility. This often causes disruptions in health care coverage having consequences for those who depend on continuous care.
Read More

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