Upcoming Webinar: Health Insurance Exchanges

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With the goal of making health care available to more individuals, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) established insurance exchanges or marketplaces, which serve as “one-stop” portals where individuals can access information about available health plans, compare insurance options, and enroll in the coverage that best matches their needs.

Although experience with the exchange population and market is still relatively new, experts forecast that the exchanges will grow considerably over the next several years. Therefore, there is increased imperative to help patients navigate the complicated system of enrolling in a marketplace plan. Picking a plan design that meets a patient’s unique healthcare needs is critical and continues to require an understanding of how plan structure and underlying health conditions affect out-of-pocket (OOP) costs.

The Hydrocephalus Association is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, November 4 at 1:00 PM EST to help educate its members on how to pick the best plan that fits their budget and medical needs.

Tune in to hear tips and advice when selecting your plan. Register today!

Suggested Audience

This webinar is ideal for anyone touched by hydrocephalus who wants to gain a better understanding on how to select an exchange plan and enroll in the coverage that best matches their needs. We welcome patients, caregivers, and their families living to join us.

Registration

Register_ButtonWe are pleased to offer educational webinars to help you stay informed and current on the latest news surrounding hydrocephalus. These interactive, webinars are completely complimentary.

Meet the Presenter

Kelley Brantley, AvalereKelly Brantley

Director, Avalere

Kelly Brantley, Director, provides strategic analysis to help clients assess and respond to health insurance marketplace reforms, including the Affordable Care Act. She has expertise in health insurance exchanges, essential health benefits, actuarial value, Medicare, and insurance market regulation. Her work focuses on the impact of health policy on patients and consumers.

Prior to joining Avalere, Kelly worked at the Health Assistance Partnership and as a consultant for the ECRI Institute.

Kelly has a BS in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and both a MPH in Health Promotion and Graduate Certificate in Health Policy from the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services.

Questions

Please contact the Hydrocephalus Association by telephone (888) 598-3789 or via e-mail at jennifer@hydroassoc.org.

Sponsors

This Webinar Series is made possible through the generosity of our industry partners: The Batterman Foundation, Medtronic, Aesculap and Sophysa who we thank for supporting this important program!

 

The Batterman Foundation

Medtronic

Aesculap

Sophysa

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