Coverage is Good Medicine
This pocket card from Doctors America gives health care providers a script to discuss health insurance with their clients. The pocket card, updated for 2014-2015, answers common questions that patients may have about the benefits of health insurance.
Every Little Thing You Do is MAGI
This October 2015 guide from the National Health Law Program explains the new income counting and household composition rules used when applying for health insurance. MAGI is used to determine eligibility for Medicaid and premium tax credits.
Mobile and in MMAI
This June 2015 FAQ from EverThrive reviews enrollment policies concerning Medicaid managed care beneficiaries who move to a different county.
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.
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.
The 1.1 Million Uninsured Illinoisans
This October 2015 issue brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation gives state-by-state totals on the number of uninsured. The brief also identifies whether the uninsured would qualify for Medicaid or financial assistance through the Marketplace.
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.
This August 2015 report from the Urban Institute outlines policy changes to improve implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Improving affordability and increasing the number of people with health insurance are discussed.
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.
Put Insurance on Your Back to School Shopping List
This blog post from marketplace.gov explains the health insurance options for college students.