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The California Health Benefit Exchange, the administrative office providing Affordable Care Act health insurance enrollment through Covered California, announced earlier today a free webinar for those who want a preview of the online enrollment process. Public library staff throughout the state who expect to have any role in supplying community members with technology through which online enrollment can be made should register to attend the 90-minute webinar, scheduled for 10 am, on Thursday, September 26 (day after tomorrow).
Here’s the announcement emailed to those on the Covered California email list:
On-Line Application Demonstration
September 26, 2013 at 10:00am pdt
A demonstration of the on-line application that will be implemented on October 1, 2013.
More information on how to call-in and view the webinar demonstration will be forthcoming.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
As with other California Health Benefit Exchange webinars, this one will be recorded and archived for future viewing. You can find previous ones under the Stakeholders tab on the Exchange homepage. Thursday’s webinar will demonstrate the tested Covered California interface to be opened to the public on Tuesday, October 1.
If your library has planned to provide quick access to the Covered California site from the library’s page, you can also take the time now to install the official buttons used to link back to that site from outside it.
If you know you work with staff who have little information about the marketplace as yet, be sure they see the Covered California Fact Sheet. Also be sure to become familiar with the information supplied in the Fact Sheet of Changes Coming to Health Care in 2014, which goes beyond enrollment and health insurance to enumerate new consumer rights and mandated business practices.
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