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ACA Information Meeting
Transcript of ACA Information Meeting
In March 2010, President Obama signed comprehensive health reform, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), into law. The law makes preventive care—including family planning and related services—more accessible and affordable for many Americans.
Since the Affordable Care Act has been implemented
Children can no longer be denied coverage for a pre-existing condition.
There are no more lifetime dollar limits on coverage
Insurance companies can’t drop your coverage when you get sick
Young adults now have coverage under their parents plans until the age of 26
Now there is access to free preventive services.
October 1, 2013
: Open enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace begins
January 1, 2014
Coverage begins in the Health Insurance Marketplace
Coverage for pre-existing conditions
Savings on monthly premiums and out-of-pocket costs
No more yearly limits on coverage
Expanded small business tax credit
March 31, 2014
: Open enrollment closes
Goals of Congressman Hinojosa:
a successful ACA transition through the integration of public and private community interests
for community stakeholders as a liaison to federal agencies with respect to ACA matters
existing healthcare community partnerships and resources to help businesses and individuals enroll in the marketplace
community members about the systemic and particular effects of the full implementation of ACA
Statistics for District 15
individuals will qualify for affordable coverage.
now have health insurance through their parents.
seniors in the district received prescription drug discounts worth $4.5 million.
seniors are now eligible for Medicare preventive services
children with preexisting health conditions can no longer be denied coverage by health insurers.
individuals now have insurance that cannot place lifetime limits
individuals in the district who lack health insurance will have access to quality, affordable coverage without fear of discrimination or higher rates because of a preexisting health condition.
How Can you Help?
Partner with us to organize a small workshop where we can come in and make a small presentation.
Have as many people on your staff take the five-hour training to become certified application counselors.
Provide informational and enrollment materials at your office.
Sign-up with HHS and CMS for e-mail updates, webinars, or conference calls to stay up to date.
Why is this important to us?
This is the
Hidalgo Co. alone has over
who can benefit from ACA.
If they fail to apply for enrollment the penalties can be
2014 = $95.00 or 1% of yearly income which ever is GREATER
2015 = $325.00
2016 = $695.00
How do you become a Certified Application Counselor organization?
If your organization would like to help by training your staff or volunteers to assist people applying for coverage through the Marketplace, you can apply to be a Certified Application Counselor (CAC) organization.
After this meeting go to www.Marketplace.cms.gov
Click on the link that says "Partner with us".
Click on the link that says "Apply to be a Certified application counselor organization"
Fill out your organization's information.
Congressman Ruben Hinojosa's Office: 956-682-5545
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