Your Source for Health Reform

resources

Healthcare
Providers

 
 

The latest useful materials on how health reform is affecting Illinois, to help you navigate the changing landscape.


RESOURCES FOR YOU

 Q:   Help! I Lost My Medicaid This October 2015 FAQ from The Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, Shriver Center, EverThrive Illinois and the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago answers common questions about Medicaid redeterminations in Illinois.

 A:  

 Q:   Stop, Shop, Enroll! This October 2015 infographic from Families USA tells consumers the steps to find the best health insurance plan during Open Enrollment number three.

 A:  

 Q:   What Insurance Can My Client Get? This October 2015 grid from Health & Disability Advocates gives the dollar amount income thresholds for health care programs in Illinois.

 A:  

 Q:   Tax-Preparers Boost Enrollment Success This September 2015 issue brief from Enroll America highlights the connections between health coverage and tax-filing. The brief explains how the enrollment community can leverage the connections to increase the number of people with health insurance.

 A:  

 Q:   Open (and Understand) Your Mail This September 2015 list of 9 facts from the IRS explains the notices that may be delivered to the mailboxes of Marketplace consumers.

 A:  

 Q:   Get Covered, No Excuses This October 2015 fact sheet from Health & Disability Advocates lists the health insurance options for young adults 30 years-old and under.

 A:  

 Q:   A Safety Plan That Includes Health Insurance This October 2015 tip sheet from In the Loop explains how survivors of domestic violence can purchase a Marketplace plan and qualify for financial assistance after leaving their abuser.

 A:  

 Q:   Bronze, Silver or Gold? This fact sheet from Families USA, updated for the 2015-2016 period, explains the metal levels that are used to organize Marketplace health insurance plans.

 A:  

 Q:   What You Need to Get Covered This fact sheet from BeCovered, identifies what documentation and information people will need when signing up for health insurance through the Marketplace. The fact sheet is updated for the 2015-2016 enrollment cycle. The information is in English and Spanish.

 A:  

 Q:   Get Help Getting Health Insurance This September 2015 fact sheet from Health & Disability Advocates describes the trained professionals that consumers can use to connect with coverage.

 A:  

 Q:   Know Health Insurance Lingo This September 2015 guide from Families USA  explains many of the health insurance terms that consumers need to understand when they are shopping for insurance.

 A:  

 Q:   Effective Health Care Outreach This September 2015 brief from the Center for Health Care Strategies presents approaches for engaging with Medicaid and Medicare eligible health care consumers. This group is more likely to have chronic health conditions and is harder to engage.

 A:  

 Q:   Turning 65? This September 2015 tip sheet from AgeOptions outlines the health care options for older adults once they become Medicare eligible.

 A:  

 Q:   Asking the Right Questions Benefits counselors can use this September 2015 intake sheet from AgeOptions to obtain necessary information to counsel consumers on their Medicare options.

 A:  

 Q:   Find Enrollment Assisters Near You! The Enroll America connector tool identifies Navigators, Certified Application Counselors and In-Person Counselors who work close by.

 A:  
1 2 3 4 5 7

For more resources, use our Search or browse our Topic collections.