Happy OE3! The third round of Open Enrollment kicked off this weekend and we want to hear from you. Did your organization host an event? Was the website working well? Did you see a lot of return consumers? Tell us about your first enrollment experience! Send us an email to tell us how OE3 started off for you.
This Just In! – Spanish Language Materials
You’ve been introduced to our enrollment toolkit and our post-enrollment workbook and now we have them in Spanish!
Do you work for an organization that focuses on enrolling Spanish-speaking consumers? Let us know if you want to have these resources co-branded with your organization. It’s free!
National Resource Highlight – Georgetown University’s Health Policy Institute – Center on Health Insurance Reform’s Navigator Resource Guide
CHIR’s updated Navigator Resource Guide has searchable frequently asked questions (FAQs) and easy-to-read background information on key health insurance and marketplace issues. The guide is divided into four sections: (1) People without coverage, (2) People with coverage, (3) Employers offering coverage, and (4) Post-enrollment problems with coverage. Learn more about the guide here.
New Marketplace Resources
Consumer Guide for Annual Household Income Data Matching Issues
The Assister’s Roadmap to Resources
Talking about Premium Increases with Consumers
Tips for Helping Consumers Renew Long Distance
In the Loop (Make sure you are a member of In the Loop to view this resource)
ICYMI – “Getting and Keeping Georgia Covered”
Did you miss the “Getting and Keeping Georgia Covered” event? On October 28th, GHF and Enroll America convened a panel of experts to talk about best practices to increase enrollment and retention throughout Georgia. You can see the resources from that day here.
Do you have any resources that you use that you would like to see highlighted in GEAR? Send them to email@example.com and let us know!