Archived Webinars

Archived Webinars

Changes to Public Charge Assessments

Thursday, March 5, 2020

This webinar provides an update on the changes to the public charge assessment, focused on how health coverage programs are factored into public charge assessments under the new policies.

Special Enrollment Periods (SEPs)

Thursday, February 28, 2019

The webinar will review the circumstances that trigger SEPs and will clarify changes and updates related to SEPs.

Immigrant Eligibility and Enrollment Process for Health Coverage Programs

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

In a special presentation with the National Immigration Law Center, this webinar will provide an overview of eligibility for the premium tax credit and Medicaid based on immigration status, will provide tips on how to navigate the application process for families that include immigrants, and will touch on understanding and addressing concerns immigrants may have when applying for health programs.

Best Practices When Assisting People with Disabilities Enroll in Health Coverage

Thursday, October 18, 2018

In a special presentation by the American Association on Health and Disability, this webinar will address disability etiquette and basic accessibility considerations for anyone doing enrollment work, as well as provide an overview of questions a person with a disability needs to think about when considering their health care options in the marketplace.

Preventing and Resolving Data-Matching Issues

Thursday, October 11, 2018

This webinar details how assisters can help people prevent and resolve data-matching issues that arise when the marketplace determines that information people provide as to their income or citizenship or immigration status doesn’t match information available through the federal data hub.

Auto-Renewal Process in

Thursday, September 27, 2018 

This webinar provides an explanation of the auto-renewal process for 2019 coverage and covers both the process for plan enrollment and redetermination of eligibility for premium tax credits.

Part I: The Premium Tax Credit

Thursday, September 13, 2018 

As part of a four-part series on core elements of eligibility and enrollment, Part I will provide a detailed discussion of eligibility for premium tax credits—including how offers of employer-sponsored insurance can affect eligibility—as well as how premium tax credits are calculated.

Part II: Determining Households and Income for PTC and Medicaid

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 

As part of a four-part series on core elements of eligibility and enrollment, Part II will detail the rules used to determine household size and will explain what counts as income when determining eligibility for premium tax credits and Medicaid.

Part III: Plan Design

Thursday, September 20, 2018 

As part of a four-part series on core elements of eligibility and enrollment, Part III will provide an overview of health plan design—including cost-sharing charges in marketplace plans, eligibility for cost-sharing reductions, and how plan design affects costs for consumers. It will also include information on the expansion of skimpy plans.

Part IV: Plan Selection Strategies

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 

In a special presentation by Dave Chandrasekaran, a training consultant and certified application counselor, as part of a four-part series on core elements of eligibility and enrollment, Part IV will provide an in-depth lesson on effective strategies to support consumers with understanding how commercial insurance works, evaluating and comparing Marketplace plans, and selecting the plan that best meets their families’ needs.

Special Enrollment Periods

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 

This webinar reviews the circumstances that trigger a special enrollment period and the timing of coverage effective dates for different triggering events and clarifies changes and updates to the rules surrounding special enrollment periods.

Marketplace Appeals Process

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 

Presented in partnership with the National Health Law Program, this webinar provides information on marketplace appeals, detailing what decisions can be appealed, how to file an appeal, and ways to expedite the appeal process.