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Covered California partners with Department of Education

| Aug 11, 2015 | California

COVERED CALIFORNIA, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION JOIN NONPROFITS TO HELP SCHOOL OFFICIALS INFORM FAMILIES ABOUT HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE OPTIONS SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Covered California, the California Department of Education and the “ALL IN for Health” campaign, which includes the Children’s Partnership and California Coverage and Health Initiatives, are providing an online...[ Read More ]

Peter V. Lee comments on Kaiser Family Foundation survey on uninsured

| Jul 30, 2015 | California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Covered California Executive Director Peter V. Lee said a survey released Thursday by the Kaiser Family Foundation titled “California’s Previously Uninsured After The ACA’s Second Open Enrollment Period” provides further proof that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is working in California. The survey found that...[ Read More ]

Covered California announces 2016 rates

| Jul 27, 2015 | California

Average Increase Is 4 Percent; Consumers Who Shop Can Lower Their Premium by an Average of 4.5 Percent SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Covered California announced its rates for 2016 and unveiled which health insurance companies will be offering plans through the marketplace. The statewide weighted average increase will be 4 percent,...[ Read More ]

Covered California providing $10m for enrollment campaign

| Jul 14, 2015 | California

COVERED CALIFORNIA LAUNCHES COMMUNITY-FOCUSED CAMPAIGN TO ENROLL CONSUMERS WHERE THEY LIVE AND WORK  $10 Million in Grants for Community-Based Organizations and Clinics; Nearly 30,000 Certified Enrollment Counselors, Certified Insurance Agents and Volunteers to Deliver In-Person Help During Upcoming Third Open Enrollment SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Covered California announced Tuesday it is...[ Read More ]

Covered California: reducing premiums through data analysis

| Jun 17, 2015 | California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A new study in the journal Health Services Research found that analyzing state data on health care usage by Covered California enrollees helped demonstrate that many were healthier and presented less risk to insurance companies than anticipated, helping drive down the cost of health premiums offered through...[ Read More ]

Covered California highlights health care access study

| May 29, 2015 | California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Today, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation released a study titled “Coverage Expansions and the Remaining Uninsured: A Look at California During Year One of ACA Implementation.” This rigorous, independent survey underscores the success of Covered California’s outreach to communities of color and provides hard evidence that...[ Read More ]

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