Storytelling & Story Banking

Which is more likely to grab your attention: reading a statistic about the number of people who benefit from a service, or hearing a story about how that service saved someone’s life?

You would probably choose a good story! While …

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Storytelling & Story Banking

Assisting Incarcerated and Recently Released Consumers

CMS.gov webinar on the topic of assisting incarcerated and recently released consumers (07/12/2019).

This webinar included:

  • Incarceration and health coverage overview
  • Marketplace coverage (understanding a consumer’s incarceration status and marketplace coverage and household members of incarcerated consumers)
  • Medicaid coverage
  • Medicare

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Assisting Incarcerated and Recently Released Consumers

Enrolling Young Adults and Other Hard to Reach Populations

CMS.gov Assister Webinar: Enrolling Young Adults and Other Hard-to-Reach Populations (07/26/2019)

Topics discussed in this webinar:

  • Risk Pools
  • Statistics on Marketplace Consumers
  • Health Insurance Landscape and Hard to Reach Populations
  • Assister Best Practice Tips

 

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Enrolling Young Adults and Other Hard to Reach Populations

Public Charge Resources

Public charge is used by immigration officials to decide whether a person can enter the U.S. or get a green card (lawful permanent resident or “LPR” status). In this test, officials look at all of a person’s circumstances, including income, …

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Public Charge Resources

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Accessibility Review

Although Health Centers can serve anyone, they have a particular focus on special and vulnerable populations. These populations include those who are racial or ethnic minorities, children, older adults, socioeconomically disadvantaged, underinsured, or those with certain medical conditions. Members …

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Accessibility Review