There is a lot of information available to you about Health Care Reform. Most of what you see on the internet or what's reported on TV isn't always accurate. There are several good sources of information out there, but getting the information directly from the source is the best way to know that it's correct. Due to the constant policy changes and political nature of healthcare reform, we recommend utilizing three of the best available resources for the most up-to-date, accurate information.
Healthcare.gov is the government's website where information on the Affordable Care Act can be found.
Kaiser Family Foundation offers unbiased, objective information on Health Care Reform as well as provides resources for you such as Subsidy Calculators and information on all Health Care Reform Topics in a format that you can understand.
BenefitsCheckUp.org helps you find state, federal, and private benefits programs available where you live. These benefits programs can help pay for prescriptions, health care, food, utilities, and more.
You can also get help with tax relief, transportation, legal issues, or finding work. If you are lower income or have trouble paying for healthcare expenses you should start here. There are many programs available to help consumers who are struggling with healthcare costs.
Other Helpful Links:
The Healthcare Bluebook is a guide to help you determine fair prices in your area for healthcare services.
This list is not a complete listing of plans available in your service area. For a complete listing please contact 1-800-MEDICARE or consult www.medicare.gov.
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