Feb. 5: Health Insurance Literacy Webinar

Office of Minority Health

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of Communications/Partner Relations Group invite you to a “Health Insurance Literacy” Webinar.

During the call, we will provide brief updates on the Health Insurance Marketplace and share information on health insurance literacy. This will help you communicate the value of health insurance, provide appropriate resources and tools to address potential health insurance literacy challenges, and will help you assist people in your community make informed decisions about their health coverage needs.

Please submit your questions in advance to Partnership@cms.hhs.gov (include “Health Insurance Literacy Webinar” in the email subject line).

Please forward this invitation to any of your colleagues who may want to participate. 

What: National Health Insurance Literacy Webinar for HHS Office of Minority Health Partners
Who Should Attend: OMH partners and others who are interested in learning about health insurance literacy resources and tools to support community outreach and education efforts.
When: Wednesday, February 5, 2014, at 1 pm ET
Webinar Info.:       Webinar link: http://engage.vevent.com/rt/betah_associates_inc~020514
Note: The audio will be available through your computer via the webinar link.

We encourage you to check out the new information for consumers at HealthCare.gov and sign up for Marketplace email and text message updates. Please visit the Marketplace page for partners to sign up for Marketplace updates. You may also download relevant resources, training or learn about partnership opportunities.

Please direct any questions to Partnership@cms.hhs.gov.

We look forward to your participation!

The HHS Office of Minority Health and the CMS Partner Relations Group