New Observation Status Rules
Starting August 2016, hospitals are required to let people know if they are an outpatient on observation status. This April 2016 fact sheet from Health & Disability Advocates prepares patients for the changes.
My Health, My Voice
This November 2015 guide from Raising Women’s Voices is for newly insured women who have questions about how to use their health coverage.
5 Pointers for Marketplace Shoppers
This October 2015 explainer from the Commonwealth Fund shares tips for consumers to consider when exploring their health coverage options during Open Enrollment number three.
Choosing the Right Level of Coverage
This October 2015 fact sheet from Consumer’s Union explains what the Marketplace’s metal levels mean and how consumers can use the information to compare plans.
Check this List Twice
HealthCare.gov identifies what information Marketplace shoppers will need to have on hand when enrolling in a health insurance plan. This checklist has been updated for the 2016 enrollment period.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.