Monday, October 28, 2013

webinar will help journalists understand health reform

Jennifer Tolbert
After The Rural Blog in print a piece (see below) days gone by so as to thought 80 percent of frequent who possibly will benefit from insurance exchanges being established under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act knew nothing almost it, a reporter without delay emailed to say she and a co-worker were difficult to make sense of the comport yourself in support of readers, and "I'm personally terrified."
So, how act reporters set out almost layer the changes? The Kaiser Family Foundation hopes to help, through a succession of webinars in support of journalists so as to will "address major aspects of the law, the implications in support of consumers, and strategies in support of involving the dots in support of other audiences," according to the foundation.

The at the outset webinar is scheduled in support of 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Aug. 28, and "will be an overview of how vigor reform’s force will vary in support of frequent in other circumstances, counting individuals at present with employer coverage, individuals who purchase their own insurance and individuals who are at present uninsured," the foundation says.
Karen Pollitz
The webinar will be hosted by the foundation's state vigor plan director, Jennifer Tolbert, and senior fellow Karen Pollitz, who will "explain the law’s personality mandate requiring on the whole Americans to achieve coverage, as well as the law’s newfangled coverage options, counting newfangled state insurance market places, subsidies in support of frequent with low- and moderate incomes, and newfangled rules prohibiting insurers from discriminating based on pre-existing conditions." They will plus answer questions.

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