EFOF Health News

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Put Your Health First

EFOF Navigators are here to help you “Put Your Health First” through our #Coverage2Care education campaign.  Here are a few things to consider: Maintain a healthy lifestyle at home, work and in the community. Take an active role in making healthy choices everywhere you go by: Making time for physical activity. Making healthy eating choices. Relaxing […]

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Healthcare Cost Worries Increase

More people say they struggle w/ #healthcosts, including deductibles, premiums, prescription drug costs, than in 2015, according to a new poll commissioned by the Kaiser Health Foundation. The report tracked a significant minority of individuals is emerging that say they are worried about their ability to afford healthcare in the future. Some people have taken […]

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#Coverage2Care: Make the Most of Your Health Coverage

Outside of open enrollment, EFOF’s licensed navigators focus on answering consumers’ questions about their health care coverage and continuing to ensure that consumers know about all of the benefits available to them. Our #Coverage2Care work, for example, can help consumers figure out how to pay their first premiums. If consumers are unsure about their benefits, […]

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Immigrants and the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Lawfully present immigrants can qualify to purchase an affordable healthcare policy through the ACA, often with premium subsidies and share-of-costs. And the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida’s navigators, who are multi-lingual, can help with the enrollment process. If your immigration status has changed, you may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) now without needing to […]

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Enroll and #GetCovered All Year Long

The answer is “Yes!” Outside of Open Enrollment, there are two ways to #GetCovered for the rest of 2017 through the Healthcare Marketplace: Special Enrollment Periods: If you have a certain type of life event — like losing health coverage, getting married, or having a baby — you may be able to enroll in a Marketplace […]