Health Insurance for Refugees and Immigrants: Best Practices, Challenges and the Way Forward

This powepoint presentation provides an overview of health insurance education, outreach, and enrollment assistance for refugees and immigrants. It is aimed at helping enrollment assisters enhance their services to these communities through a better understanding of their needs and challenges as well as prepare enrollment assisters for future by sharing some of the best practices working with refugees and immigrants.

This powepoint presentation provides an overview of health insurance education, outreach, and enrollment assistance for refugees and immigrants. It is aimed at helping enrollment assisters enhance their services to these communities through a better understanding of their needs and challenges as well as prepare enrollment assisters for future by sharing some of the best practices working with refugees and immigrants.

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