Report: Subsidies motivate people to sign up for coverage

Published on June 18, 2014 at 12:25 AM · No Comments

Enroll America issued a report Monday that examined what worked best to educate and enroll people in coverage under the health law. Meanwhile, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services launched its own educational campaign to help consumers use the benefits available through the overhaul.

The Hill: Financial Aid A Key ObamaCare Motivation
Telling people about available financial assistance is the most effective way to motivate the uninsured to buy health insurance under ObamaCare, according to a new report. Enroll America, a grassroots healthcare organization, released a report Monday that analyzed its work to educate people and help them sign up for health insurance in the federal and state marketplaces (Al-Faruque, 6/16). 

The Hill: CMS Launches Campaign To Promote ObamaCare
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services launched a public campaign website Monday to promote benefits under the new healthcare law. CMS says the campaign titled, "From Coverage to Care," is meant to answer questions consumers may have about their new health coverage and help them make the most of their new benefits (Al-Faruque, 6/16). 


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