Hitting the Road for ObamaCare (ACA) Education

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With open enrollment for new affordable coverage (that starts as soon as Jan. 1, 2014) through the health insurance Marketplace beginning October 1, the CPPP health team is busy traveling and speaking to local forums across Texas to help community groups learn about what’s coming up.  Some places we talk for 30 minutes, sometimes for an hour….Take a look at the kinds of information we have been sharing at the links below–

  1. CPPP Slides for Texas CHIP Coalition 8 23 2013: Deeper Dive into New Marketplace
  2. ACA 101 for Texas: New Marketplace 2014 – and the Texas Uninsured Coverage Gap (The Affordable Care Act Boot Camp, Tarrant Co. and North Central Texas ADRC/AARP — 8/29/2013)
  3. Medicaid Update:  Medicaid expansion; Medicaid – Marketplace interactions; State Budget; Consumer issues in Medicaid Managed Care (Texas Health Care Stakeholders Meeting, 8/13/2013)
  4. ACA 101 for Texas and the Uninsured Coverage Gap (Confused About The Affordable Care Act? Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce, 8/12/2013)
  5. ACA 101 for Texas and the Uninsured Coverage Gap (Affordable Care Act:  Where are we now?  San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, 8/8/2013)

Follow this blog and our partners at Texas Well and Healthy for more on what Texans are doing to get educated!

At the Center for Public Policy Priorities, we believe in a Texas that offers everyone the chance to compete and succeed in life. We envision a Texas where everyone is healthy, well-educated, and financially secure. We want the best Texas - a proud state that sets the bar nationally by expanding opportunity for all. CPPP is an independent public policy organization that uses data and analysis to advocate for solutions that enable Texans of all backgrounds to reach their full potential. We dare Texas to be the best state for hard-working people and their families.


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