From the category archives:

Enrollment

Understanding Health Literacy and Enrollment: Part 2

Enroll America has recently released its second issue brief in their new health literacy series. This series is helping providers get the information they need [...]

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Health Law Guide: Online Tool to Simplify the Health Care Law

AARP recently launched a personalized online tool, the Health Law Guide , to help Americans understand benefits available currently and in the future under the [...]

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Understanding Health Literacy and Enrollment

Enroll America, has released a new issue brief which will help providers design outreach and enrollment materials that are easy for patients to understand and act [...]

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HHS Awards Bonuses to States for Enrollment of Children in Health Coverage

The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded more than $296 million to states for ensuring more children have health coverage. The performance bonus [...]

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Opportunities for Behavioral Health Agencies to Take Advantage of Health Reform

A new report from George Washington University outlines how state mental health and substance use agencies can take advantage of new opportunities under the Affordable Care Act. [...]

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Policy Brief Explains New Rules for Determining Income under Medicaid in 2014

Under health reform, beginning in 2014, Medicaid will expand to cover all individuals with incomes below 133% of the federal poverty level – and major [...]

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Analysis: Current And Potential Uses of Online Applications For Medicaid and CHIP

An analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured provides an overview of states’ online applications for Medicaid and CHIP and examines [...]

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Enrollment in 2014: What’s at Stake for States

On June 14, 2010, the Obama Administration’s HIT Policy Committee Enrollment Workgroup held a hearing on enrollment issues facing states as they prepare for the [...]

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The Challenge of Insurance Coverage for Children: New Resources, Strategies

On an average day in 2008, 7.3 million children were uninsured. 4.7 million of these children (65 percent) were eligible for Medicaid or CHIP but [...]

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National Council Co-Hosts Congressional Briefing on Health Reform and People with Mental Illness & Substance Use Disorders

The National Council, The Hill newspaper, and AstraZeneca on Wednesday hosted a congressional briefing on the implications of health reform for people with mental illness [...]

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