County Commissioners will be joined by state and local elected officials, medical professionals, certified counselors and local enrollees to tour the John R. Maloney Health Center, which is not only assisting in connecting the uninsured with Affordable Care Act (ACA) coverage information but is also expanding its capacity to be able to serve newly covered individuals.
Franklin County Commissioners Priscilla Tyson, Member of Columbus City Council Dr. Teresa Long, Health Commissioner at Columbus Public Health Tom Horan, CEO, Columbus Neighborhood Health Centers (CNHC) CNHC Certified Counselors Local uninsured residents
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 8 am
Columbus Neighborhood Health Center’s John R. Maloney Health Center 1905 Parsons Ave., Columbus
Rolled out last October, the Health Insurance Marketplace gives individuals, families and small businesses in central Ohio a new way to shop for health insurance that fits their budgets and meets their needs.
Consumers are able to go to one place to search for health coverage options, get accurate information in easy to understand language on different plans, and make apples-to-apples comparisons of private insurance plans. No matter where they live, consumers only need to fill out a single application to choose from health plans available in their area, find out if they qualify for programs such as Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program, or if they qualify for lower costs on monthly premiums or out-ofpocket costs.
Information about the Marketplace is available at https://www.healthcare.gov/.
for Spanish speaking consumers. Local enrollment assistance is also available at http://areyoucoveredohio.org/
or 1-800-648- 1176. The deadline to enroll is March 31, 2014.
For more information, visit https://www.healthcare.gov/.