When having an insurance card isn't enough: Coverage gaps, costly co-pays, confidentiality concerns and more
Learning Areas:Advocacy for health and health education
Identify potential policy approaches to such problems as narrow provider networks and costly co-pays and deductibles. Assess whether such policy approaches are feasible in your state.
Keyword(s): Women's Health, Advocacy
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: As co-founder of Raising Womenâs Voices, a national initiative working to realize the promise of the Affordable Care Act for womenâs health, I serve on the steering committee of Health Care for All NY, the statewide health reform coalition in NYS, and the Advisory Board for NY State of Health, our stateâs ACA health insurance marketplace. I am a faculty member in the Masterâs in Health Advocacy Program at Sarah Lawrence College.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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