Huge health insurance price drop in store for New Yorkers

Posted July, 17 2013 by arianne

New Yorkers have a LOT to smile about this morning! The proposed health insurance rates for the New York Health Benefit Exchange have been released and show that prices on the individual market will soon be dropping by a whopping 50%. This means that New Yorkers who currently buy coverage on their own, costing more than […]

Healthcare.gov’s fresh new site

Posted July, 3 2013 by arianne

Last week, Healthcare.gov relaunched its website with a new look and a new focus on providing information related to eligibility and enrollment in the new state health benefit exchanges (or “marketplaces”). The site now allows you to put in basic information about yourself to find out what types of health insurance programs or savings you […]

Get Covered NY reaches uninsured people at NYC PrideFest

Posted July, 1 2013 by arianne

Raising Women’s Voices summer interns Delaine Powerful, left, and Olivia Cappello, at the Get Covered New York booth Sunday during NYC’s Pride Fest. Today’s post comes from guest blogger Lois Uttley, of Raising Women’s Voices Health equality for LGBT New Yorkers! That was the message Sunday at the Get Covered New York booth during NYC’s […]

HCFANY launches effort to reach uninsured LGBT New Yorkers

Posted June, 20 2013 by arianne

From left: David Sandman – New York State Health Foundation, Mark Hannay – Metro NY Health Care For All Campaign, Kellan Baker – Center for American Progress, and Lois Uttley – Raising Women’s Voices.  HCFANY launched a new campaign today to provide outreach and education to uninsured LGBT New Yorkers around the new health options that […]