April 2016 Newsletter


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If you know about health care-related and/or outreach and enrollment events happening in your area, visit our events page and enter your event into our Submit An Event form.



Enroll NE Enrollment Group Call

Thursday, May 5, 12:00 pm Central

Call in: 605-475-4700 Code: 122382#

Join other enrollment assisters from across the state for updates, questions and answers, and stimulating discussion.



Enroll NE Education & Engagement Group Webinar

Theme: SHOP: Health Insurance for Small Businesses

Tuesday, May 17, 12 – 1 pm Central

Register HERE

Join other Nebraska businesses and organizations as we share info and resources about the Health Insurance Marketplace SHOP program for Small Businesses enacted under the ACA.



Enroll America State of Enrollment Conference

Washington, D.C.

May 11 – 13

Learn more HERE.



599 CHIP & Pregnant Women Eligibility in Medicaid

Hosted by NE HHS & HCAN

Wednesday, April 27, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Central

Register HERE

Cinnamon Scharf, a Medicaid Community Support Specialist, will present on 599 CHIP and Pregnant Women eligibility on April 27th. Please join us for this informative session.


The Affordable Care Act and Persons with Disabilities: An Introduction and Overview

Hosted by National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative

Wednesday, May 4, 2:00 pm Central

Register HERE.


General Assistance in Nebraska

Hosted by Enroll NE & Nebraska Appleseed

Thursday, May 19, 12:00 pm Central

Register HERE

Learn how to access general assistance for your eligible clients.



If you’d like more health-related news, we recommend Kaiser Health News to sign up for periodic email updates.


Kaiser: Competition Suffers Most If UnitedHealth Exits Obamacare In 2017: Analysis

If UnitedHealthcare follows through on its threat to quit the health insurance marketplaces in 2017, more than 1 million consumers would be left with a single health plan option, forecasted an analysis released Monday.


Washington Post Wonkblog: The big way Obamacare helps the poor isn’t really about their health

President Obama’s health-care reform law made government health insurance available to more people living in poverty or near poverty by expanding Medicaid. The hope was to improve people’s physical health, but new research shows an important effect on financial health: The law has helped many poor Americans pay off the collection agent.



Enroll Nebraska Medicaid 101 Webinar: Watch Replay from 4.19.16

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Download the Immigrant Eligibility Guide for NE Medicaid


Enroll Nebraska Blog: Marketplace customers paid less for plans than insurers predicted

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