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DC Health Link to Offer Extended Open Enrollment Period for District Residents

June 15, 2017
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: June 14, 2017 Contact: Adam Hudson: (202) 527-5622; adam.hudson@dc.gov , Linda Wharton Boyd: (202) 351-9777; linda.wharton-boyd@dc.gov DC Health Link to Offer Extended Open Enrollment Period for District Residents Individuals and families can sign up for coverage from Nov. 1, 2017 through Jan. 31, 2018 Washington, DC ­­ – Today, the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority (HBX) Executive Board adopted a unanimous recommendation from its Standing Advisory Board to allow a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for District residents to sign up for...Read more

The ABCs of the ACA for Employers with 50-99 FTEs

October 25, 2015
Some content below provided by Heartland Payment Systems a RAMW Endorsed Provider . The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) third open enrollment is underway and there are even more changes to the law this year. The stakes are higher for everyone involved in 2016. From new, complicated tax forms to increased penalties for noncompliance, the confusion and sense of urgency mounts for business owners across the U.S. What is the ACA or “Obamacare”? Under this law, you may be required to provide your employees with a certain level of insurance coverage, and weeding through the...Read more

Uninsured Rates Drop in the District of Columbia

September 16, 2015
According to U.S. Census Bureau Report, Uninsured Rates Drop in All 50 States and the District of Columbia By Tamara Kramer September 16th, 2015 New 2014 health insurance numbers released today from the U.S. Census Bureau show decreases in the rate of the uninsured in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. These numbers, which cover calendar year 2013 and calendar year 2014, allow us for the first time to look at how the policies of the Affordable Care Act have affected the nation’s overall insurance rate. The state-by-state breakdown shows that Massachusetts continues to have the...Read more

DC Health Link: What Everyone Needs to Know About Open Enrollment

September 14, 2015
The Open Enrollment Period for 2016 begins November 1, 2015. During this time, individuals and families can make changes to existing plans or obtain new coverage. This period extends until January 31, 2016. As an individual or family seeking coverage, you have a number of options to get your questions answered or to get help with your enrollment. You can speak to an insurance broker, an in-person assister (IPA), or go to a one-touch center around the city at any time for free help with new plans or changes to existing plans. For RAMW members, we also have Jackie Ludden available to chat with...

DC Health Link Launches a Doctor-Find Tool

August 20, 2015
Washington Business Journal: D.C. health exchange launches new tool to make finding a doctor easier By Tina Reed - 8/20/2015, 5:00am EDT D.C. launched a new online tool to ease the task of finding a doctor that accepts plans sold on the District's health insurance marketplace. Called the Universal Doctor Directory 1.0, the new tool available on D.C. Health Link allows consumers to search individual and family plans to figure out which doctors participate in particular plans. The directory also allows consumers to find a new doctor by ZIP code, last name or specialty and then see which...

DC Health Link: 12 Days of Tips

December 8, 2014
12 Days of Tips with Jackie Ludden | Project Director for the RAMW/DC Health Link Partnership 12/8 How to prepare for Individual, Family and Small Business coverage by Jan 1, 2015? In order to prepare for January 1, 2015 coverage, individuals, families and small businesses will need to have all paperwork including census and plans chosen by no later than December 15, 2014. 12/9 Mobile Apps The DC Health Link mobile apps are free and available for Apple devices through the Apple App Store and Android devices through the Google Play store. Download towards better health care now! 12/10 Using a...

Health Care Support in the Palm of Your Hand

October 6, 2014
Have you ever wished the right health care search tools could be right in the palm of your hand? Now, registering for health care has never been easier thanks to new DC Health Link mobile apps for iOS and Android devices. DC Health Link is the premier marketplace for individuals, families and small business owners looking to shop and enroll in quality health insurance, and the apps provide a quick and savvy approach to finding key services for people on the go! Available services are also offered on DC Health Link’s website that include: finding an insurance broker, assistance for in-...

10 Things You Should Know About DC Health Link

DC Health Link. Get the facts. Get covered.
September 11, 2014
As an integral part of the highly competitive hospitality industry, small business restaurant owners can look to DC Health Link as the leading option available for employer offered health insurance plans. Additionally, employees looking to enroll as individuals or with their families will find helpful tools with DC Health Link. Below are 10 things you should know about DC Health Link to get informed and prepared to sign up. DC-based small business restaurants with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees (FTEs) are eligible and encouraged to sign up for benefits through DC Health Link. They...

DC Health Link Releases New Mobile Apps

August 28, 2014
DC Health Link's Small Biz mobile app is the premier resource guide for small business owners looking to provide insurance to their employees, work with a broker to enroll in health coverage and determine if their company is eligible to enroll in DC Health Link's small biz health insurance marketplace. Download Apps...

Restaurants, Small Businesses, and DC Health Link

October 1, 2013
Small business owners know their ability to offer employees high-quality health insurance is a competitive advantage in the labor market. DC Health Link is an online marketplace for individuals, families, and small business owners in the District of Columbia to help them shop, compare, and select health insurance. DC-based small businesses with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees ( FTEs ) are be able to see all health insurance policies and prices and make choices to best meet their needs and budgets. Download the Small Business Guide

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