Supporting Assisters in Uncertain Times
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 | 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET (11:00 am – 12:00 pm PT)
In this special webinar, hosted by Enroll America, presenters from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Families USA, Community Catalyst, and the National Health Law Program will provide an update on the status of efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act including what they mean for navigators and other assisters, ideas for messaging to consumers during this challenging time, and a roadmap of assister resources available from national organizations.
Note: This webinar is hosted by Enroll America and is outside of the Health Reform: Beyond the Basics webinar series.
Special Enrollment Periods
This webinar discusses updates and changes to the circumstances that trigger a special enrollment period and the timing of coverage effective dates for different triggering events.
Preventing and Resolving Data-Matching Issues
This webinar details what happens when the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) determines that information consumers provide as to their income and citizenship or immigration status doesn’t match information available to the FFM, and how assisters can help consumers resolve these data-matching issues.
Complex Eligibility Scenarios
This webinar walks through several complicated scenarios to illustrate eligibility rules and how these rules impact consumers at tax time.
Immigrant Eligibility for Coverage Programs
This webinar provides an overview of immigrant eligibility polices for coverage programs and helps explain how to navigate the application process for families that include immigrants.
Part I: Premium Tax Credits
Part I provides a detailed discussion of eligibility for premium tax credits and explains how premium tax credits are calculated.
Part II: Determining Household Size and Income
Part II details the rules used to determine household size and explains what counts as income when determining eligibility for premium tax credits and Medicaid.
Part III: Plan Design
Part III provides an overview of health plan design—including cost-sharing charges in marketplace plans and eligibility for and design of cost-sharing reductions—and detail how to evaluate marketplace plans based on cost sharing and plan design.
Part IV: Exemptions and Penalties
Part IV explains who can qualify for an exemption from the individual shared responsibility payment, and covers how to calculate the penalty for people who don’t maintain health coverage or qualify for an exemption.
The Health Reform: Beyond the Basics webinar series is intended for those working on the implementation of health reform.