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Certified Application Counselors: How are they different from Navigators?

With the changing healthcare landscape, there are new words and phrases that the average consumer is unfamiliar with. Navigators….Certified application counselors (CACs)….and even Marketplace.  As consumers try to gather as much information as they can to make informed health care decisions, Georgians for a Healthy Future will continue to demystify the changes and provide you the information you need to make the right decision for you and your family. (more…)


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Georgia’s Health Insurance Marketplace is Open for Business

Need health coverage? The Health Insurance Marketplace is open! Apply Now

On Tuesday, October 1, 2013, Georgia’s Health Insurance Marketplace opened for business–www.healthcare.gov.  So, what’s next? Six months during which uninsured Georgians can learn about their health care options and take advantage of new programs to help them access affordable coverage, often for the first time.  Open enrollment runs from October 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014 and during this period the work of outreach and education to communities across our state  will never be more important. (more…)


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Health insurance navigator grants announced!

CGC logoToday, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded health insurance navigator grants to 105 organizations in states with federally facilitated or partnership exchanges to conduct outreach and facilitate enrollment into qualified health plans when open enrollment begins in October. Georgians for a Healthy Future is excited to announce that we are part of a consortium of 15 partners, led by Seedco, a national non-profit organization that advances economic opportunity for people, businesses, and communities in need, that received one of two grants awarded for Georgia. We look forward to playing an active role in connecting Georgia consumers to the new health care coverage opportunities available to them.

 

 

Georgians for a Healthy Future will support the consortium’s success by drawing upon our strengths as a consumer health care advocacy leader, experience building and managing coalitions, and knowledge of the Affordable Care Act. In particular, we will work to ensure that the consortium’s activities are coordinated with a wide array of organizations in Georgia that share the goal of maximizing health insurance enrollment in our state. Through our Connecting Georgians to Coverage initiative, we have already held several webinars and meetings for organizations planning to participate in outreach and enrollment in Georgia. To learn more about our work to date in this area, click here. If your organization is planning to engage in outreach and enrollment, either as a navigator, certified application counselor organization, or champion for coverage and if you would like to coordinate your efforts with ours, please email Amanda Ptashkin at aptashkin@healthyfuturega.org.

 

 

Here is a full list of our navigator consortium members who will work collaboratively with Seedco and with other organizations and stakeholders to connect Georgia’s uninsured to health care coverage:

 

  • Boat People SOS
  • Center for Black Women’s Wellness
  • Emory-Grady Urban Health Initiative
  • Georgia Equality & The Health Initiative
  • Georgia Refugee Health and Mental Health
  • Georgia Watch
  • Georgians for a Healthy Future
  • Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia
  • Jewish Family & Career Services
  • Latin American Association
  • Mental Health America of Georgia
  • Parent to Parent
  • Quality Med-Care Inc.
  • Spring Creek Health Cooperative

 

We look forward to working with Seedco and this strong and diverse coalition over the next year!

 

 

 


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