CBPP Webinar: Walking Through the Marketplace Application and Enrollment Process
In the eleventh in the “Beyond the Basics” series of webinars titled “Beyond the Basics of Health Reform: Walking Through the Marketplace Application and Enrollment Process,” we take an in-depth look at the Marketplace application and enrollment process, start to finish. We present three different scenarios and walk through the process of determining eligibility and selecting a health plan. The scenarios highlight some of the complexities that arise in applying for coverage and selecting a plan.
The presenters are January Angeles, Senior Health Policy Analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Dave Chandra, Senior Health Policy Analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Watch the Webinar
(Please note: Due to a technical glitch, there is no sound until the 3 minute mark.)
Part I: Married Couple (Watch here)
- Example Scenario: Joe and Danielle Fraser (both 30)
* Please note that the initial statement that large employers subject to the employer responsibility requirement are not required to offer coverage to dependents was clarified during the question and answer period to note that while there is not an obligation to offer coverage to spouses, there is an obligation to offer coverage to children.
Part II: Family of Four with a Live-In Relative (Watch here)
- Example Scenario: The Williams
Part III: Family of Five (Watch here)
- Example Scenario: The Greens