sábado, 20 de diciembre de 2014

#GetCovered Collaboration and Partnerships

Dept. of Health & Human Services
Dec 19, 2014
By: Emily Dalton Niles, HHS (Public Affairs)
To reach more Americans across the country with important information for how to get health care coverage for 2015, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has announced new public and private partnerships during the early weeks of Open Enrollment.
Last week, the department launched the first-of-its-kind partnership between HHS and the electronic cash transactions company PayNearMe to reach financially underserved and other cash-preferring consumers. During this year’s Open Enrollment period, all PayNearMe receipts printed at 7,800 7-Eleven stores nationwide will include a special announcement that informs consumers about upcoming Affordable Care Act deadlines and encourages them to explore beneficial options such as tax credits and newly available plans at HealthCare.gov. Putting these reminders at the bottom of PayNearMe receipts will help get health coverage information into the hands of traditionally hard-to-reach consumers.
Secretary Burwell visits a 7-11 in Washington, D.C. to announce a partnership with PayNearMe.
To reach even more people, earlier this week HHS announced its collaboration with top technology platforms Monster.com, Peers.org and higi to utilize their technology platforms to encourage consumers to visit the Health Insurance Marketplace. 
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