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No Health Coverage? Find out if You'll Owe a Fee

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If you can afford health insurance, but don't have it, you may have to pay a fee
with your federal tax … so you won't have to pay a fee for going without coverage.
… to locate a community health center near you. • Visit HealthCare.gov/lower-
costs to see if you qualify for lower costs on health coverage. CMS Product No.
11796.

checklist (PDF) – HealthCare.gov

www.healthcare.gov

To find an in-person assister in your area, visit LocalHelp.HealthCare.gov. If you
don't take the time to gather these things now, you may need to log back in or call
back several times before you can complete your application. You won't need all
of these things if you're applying for coverage without financial help. Why do.

Health Insurance and Access to Care – Centers for Disease Control …

www.cdc.gov

Health insurance coverage is an important determinant of access to health care.
Uninsured children and nonelderly adults are substantially less likely to have a
usual source of health care or a recent health care visit than their insured
counterparts. The majority of persons under age 65 have coverage through
private …

50 Ideas to Make Health Care More Affordable … – Kevin Brady

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It's time to cut the umbilical that ties health care insurance to the workplace. 4. To
inform consumers … Create a “Consumer Report for Health Care” to provide
consumers up-to-date and online information about … The government has
overreacted to the fraud of the 1980's, leaving hospitals without staff, facilities or
sufficient.

Health Coverage for Homeless and At-Risk Youth

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access to affordable health care, including for low-income and homeless youth,
and allows states to expand eligibility for Medicaid, a health care program for low
-income individuals. All young people have the potential … 4This coverage group
is available in every state and has no income limit. 5Federal statute provides for …

Model Notice of Health Insurance Marketplace

www.dol.gov

When key parts of the health care law take effect in 2014, there will be a new way
to buy health insurance: the Health … health plan meets the ͓minimum value
standard͓ if the plan͘s share of the total allowed benefit costs covered by the
plan is no less than 60 percent of such costs. Form Approved. OMB No. 1210-
0149.

2017 – Assessing the Impact of Health Care Reform in Maryland

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Jan 9, 2017 analysis, the Department of Legislative. Services finds that, to date, Maryland has
observed a significant increase in health care coverage through the expansion of
Medicaid. (291,000 individuals) and establishment of. MHBE (142,872
individuals), and a corresponding decrease in the uninsured rate.

Health Insurance Coverage in the United States – Census Bureau

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care provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs and the military. Note:
Between 2014 and 2015, there was no statistically significant change in the
percentage of people covered by employment-based health insurance, Medicaid,
or military health care. Between 2013 and 2015, there was not a statistically
significant …

Health Insurance Coverage in the United States – Census Bureau

www.census.gov

Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs), as well as care provided
by the Department of Veterans Affairs and the military. In the. CPS ASEC, people
were considered “insured” if they were covered by any type of health insurance
for all or part of the previous calendar year. They were considered uninsured if, …

Health-Care Coverage for Youth in Foster Care—and After

www.childwelfare.gov

This coverage is similar to that of other young adults with no foster care
connection who are able to remain on their parents' health-care plans until age
26. Youth formerly in foster care are eligible for their State's full Medicaid
coverage, regardless of their income and regardless of whether the State where
they live opted or.

Health Care Costs and Access Disparities in Appalachia

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Health Care Costs and Access Disparities in Appalachia. PDA, Inc. & Cecil. G.
Sheps Center/UNC-Chapel Hill iv. ARC Contract No.: CO-16835-2010. ESRI.
Environmental Systems Research Institute. FDA. U.S. Food and Drug
Administration. FMAP. Federal Medical Assistance Percentage. FPL. Federal
Poverty Level.

Medicare – Social Security

www.ssa.gov

of health care, but it doesn't cover all medical expenses or the cost of … services
from doctors and other health care providers, outpatient …. No. CMS-10126).
Only your state can decide if you qualify for help under these programs. To find
out, contact your state or local medical assistance (Medicaid) agency, social
services,.

health resource availability – Florida Department of Health

www.floridahealth.gov

When coupled with health indicator data, health care expenditures help illustrate
access to care. The State of the USA Health Indicators Letter. Report indicates
that per capita costs, or costs as a percentage of the U.S. gross domestic product,
are far higher than in other developed nations while health outcomes are often
no …

IB 10-185 VA Health Care Benefits Overview 2015 … – Veterans Affairs

www.va.gov

obtain care at any VA health care facility across the country without the worry of
having to reapply. • Under VA's medical benefits package, the same medical
benefits are generally available to all enrolled Veterans. Medical Care for Service
-Connected Veterans Abroad. Veterans with a VA-rated service-connected
condition …

Publication 5187 – IRS.gov

www.irs.gov

coverage, qualifying for a coverage exemption, or making a shared responsibility
payment for any month without coverage or an exemption. It also provides
information about the premium tax credit. A glossary is included to help taxpayers
understand some terms related to the health care law. Reminder from the IRS: If
you …

Rural Implications of the Affordable Care Act Outreach … – HRSA

www.hrsa.gov

The Rural Uninsured. Both the need for and potential benefits of the ACA's
coverage expansion are particularly notable in rural areas where the population
is disproportionately older, chronically ill, lower- … 5 Jones C. A., Parker T. S.,
Ahearn M., Mishra A. K., and Variyam J. N. Health Status and Health Care Access
of.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Detailed Summary …

www.dpc.senate.gov

affordable health care and will create the transformation within the health care
system necessary to … staying under the $900 billion limit that President Obama
established, bending the health care cost curve, and … reforms without
increasing health insurance premiums will mean that all Americans must be part
of the.

The Affordable Care Act in New Hampshire – NH.gov

www.nh.gov

Nov 9, 2012 agencies. It affects many aspects of health care and health insurance. What is the
goal of the Affordable Care Act, and how is it meant to work? The main purpose
of the Affordable Care Act is to expand access to health insurance. The ACA uses
four primary strategies to effect this purpose: • No one will be …