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The Healthcare.gov website went live in October 2013. Wisconsin AHEC has compiled resources to assist Wisconsin health professionals and concerned community members who are implementing the Affordable Care Act and/or facilitating Health Exchange insurance signups:
Resources for Wisconsin Regional AHEC Centers:
- Curriculum and related resources from the National AHEC Organization. (Keep in mind the Marketplace Curriculum contains approved materials. DO NOT MODIFY. Check out the Curriculum FAQs
- PowerPoint slides (Marketplace Curriculum and Script) (updated 8/5/14)
- Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
- Wisconsin Resources sheet
- CE Self-study guide and test
- Curriculum FAQs
- CE Self-Study Guide FAQs
- Resources from Covering Wisconsin (formerly Covering Kids and Families)
- Affordable Care Act – overview presentation. General overview webinar presented by Covering Kids and Families for AHEC 2014 summer interns in CHIP – community health internship program.
- Ten Things Providers Need to Know and 10 Things To Tell Your Patients — These documents from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) give providers a quick rundown of the most important things to know and share with patients about the Affordable Care Act.
- Wisconsin Regional Enrollment Network: find help right in your community
- Health Insurance Marketplace official website
- U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services website focused on ACA related topics
- Health Insurance Marketplace’s Young Adults campaign — To celebrate the return to schools and colleges across the country, HHS has provided a number of resources designed to highlight what the ACA means for students and young adults. Articles, infographics, PSAs, and fact sheets also target what the new affordable insurance options mean for schools, communities, parents and students at marketplace.cms.gov.