Get the Video, slides, and resources for webinar: Marketplaces 101, second of our “We Can Do It” series
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Below are other downloadable resources about health care reform that you may find helpful.
- Immigrants and the ACA (PDF): National Immigration Law Center
- “Lawfully Present” Individuals Eligible Under the Affordable Care Act (PDF): National Immigration Law Center
- Key Facts on Health Coverage for Low-Income Immigrants Today and Under the Affordable Care Act (PDF): Kaiser Family Foundation
Trans health coverage
- The Affordable Care Act: Real Benefits for LGBT People: The Huffington Post, Sean Cahill and Harvey Makadon
- Health Care Rights and Transgender People, (PDF) National Center for Transgender Equality
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- Health Reform – Beyond the Basics, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. In-depth presentations and information on marketplace tax credits, cost-sharing, MAGI, enrollment and more.
- Modified Adjusted Gross Income under the ACA, (PDF) UC Berkeley Labor Center
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- Federal Marketplace Training Demonstration (15 minutes on You Tube)
Watch Past Webinars
The second webinar will take place Thursday, October 3rd, at3:00-4:30 p.m. ET, 2:00-3:30 p.m. CT, 1:00-2:30 p.m. MT, 12:00-1:30 p.m. PT (note the correct time for your time zone!)
People with HIV will be able to buy health insurance through online marketplaces in October. We’ll help you understand the tax credits and subsidies that make plans more affordable for low-income people, benefits that will be provided, coordination with ADAP and Ryan White programs, and other issues.
It’s the second webinar in a series focused on people working on the front lines of the HIV epidemic – case managers, peer navigators, planning council members, and others. Future webinars will cover Medicaid, the marketplaces, and the role of the Ryan White Program.
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