New legislation is in effect as of January 1, 2014 that requires everyone to have health insurance. This law, known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (or Healthcare Reform), can feel very overwhelming. As we continue to learn about the impact it will have on libraries as employers, we'll share that information. Below are some helpful resources in regards to the Affordable Care Act.
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*Live tweets during Connect for Health Colorado Board Meetings
*Includes information as it is approved by the Board
Click here for resources compiled by the State Library.
Connect for Health Colorado (formerly known as the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange) is Colorado's health insurance marketplace set to open in October, 2013. Individuals and small businesses will be able to shop for insurance in a side-by-side comparison model to find plans that best fit their needs.
*Note: This is the only place that individuals and small businesses can go to receive a federal tax credit (if eligible) to reduce the cost of health insurance.
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Healthcare.gov is managed by Health and Human Services. This website is aimed at consumers nationwide to help explain how they will be impacted by this legislation.
Looking for a basic introduction to the ACA? This video is a great place to start!
Be sure to also check out the updated video - found here.
We will continue to share resources as information becomes available.
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