A little (messaging) help from our friends

Posted October, 24 2014 by Amanda

The remaining uninsured have lingering concerns about health insurance affordability, and many are  unaware of their state’s Marketplace and upcoming opportunities to enroll. That’s according to a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sponsored study about barriers and motivations of the uninsured to enrolling in health insurance during the ACA’s second enrollment period.  The study, conducted […]

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The ACA is working: New Yorkers tell their stories

Posted October, 17 2014 by Amanda

Engracia from Manhattan proudly holds her new insurance card  With open enrollment less than a month away (November 15), it’s a good time to take stock of last year’s open enrollment period. HCFANY’s new brief, “The ACA is Working for New Yorkers: Highlights from Open Enrollment 2013-2014” does just that. Nearly one million New Yorkers […]

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What’s new on the NY State of Health Marketplace?

Posted October, 3 2014 by Amanda

With open enrollment just over a month away, the New York State Marketplace has been adding some new and noteworthy features. Many of these are geared toward improving outreach and enrollment efforts to reach the remaining uninsured in New York. About 2.7 million New Yorkers were uninsured before the Marketplace launch. Over 1.4 million had […]