Affordable Care Act

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Trends in Healthcare Workforce and Employment

Implications for training and support programs.

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I’m Covered Stories: A Just-in-Time Convert to Health Insurance

Robert realized late last year that he had a growth on his tonsils. He got covered through the Health Insurance Marketplace and made his first doctor’s appointment.

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Anne's I'm Covered Story

Insuring against the 'What-Ifs.'

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CMS Kicks Off Effort to Help Marketplace Enrollees Stay Covered and Re-Enroll

Consumers should come back to HealthCare.gov, reach out to the call center, or visit with an in-person assister to make sure they choose the plan that best meets their needs starting Nov. 15.

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I’m Covered Stories: A Healthy Respect for a ‘Complicated’ Family

The Affordable Care Act makes it easier for all Americans, including LGBT individuals, to access health coverage through the Marketplace and Medicaid. Open enrollment begins again on Nov. 15.

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I’m Covered Story: Taking Control of My Health

Open enrollment begins again on Nov. 15.

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7 Things to Know About Reporting a Life Change

Getting married, divorce, moving or having a child? You have 60 days to notify your Marketplace Insurance.

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Health Insurance and New Americans

Ten things immigrant families need to know about the Marketplace.

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Improving Our Nation’s Heart Health: The Importance of Access to Care

The Affordable Care Act revives true access to care.

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Implementing Health Profession Training Programs in Tribal Communities

Two recent publications highlight early implementation and outcomes of the Tribal Health Profession Opportunity Grants program.

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