A free training series on a "Practical Guide to Healthcare Reform" offered by Manatt Health Solutions

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Listen up Network faithful - we have a wonderful opportunity to participate in a training series on “A Practical Guide to Healthcare Reform: The ABCs of Eligibility under the ACA.”  This series is being offered to the KidsWell network and their partners on a pro bono basis by Manatt Health Solutions. This is a great opportunity for those of you who find yourself answering questions from clients, colleagues and friends about health insurance options available through the ACA. 

Targeted to community-based organizations, in-person assisters, Navigators and others seeking to help individuals understand their health insurance options, this five-part educational program will help you navigate the complex eligibility and enrollment rules under the ACA.  Presenters will walk you through the rules that govern individual eligibility for Medicaid, premium tax credits and cost sharing reductions, and suggest strategies to inform consumers’ decisions when exploring their health coverage options. 

There are two opportunities to participate.  First, Manatt is hosting the full series of five webinars every Wednesday from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET beginning March 5th.  In addition, Manatt is immediately available to offer free trainings, on a pro bono basis, to groups of 50 or more on any of the five topics listed below. If we can get 50 or more avid Children's Mental Health Network faithful for any of the topics described below, Manatt will offer a personalized session just for us. How cool is that? Send us your request and as soon as we get 50 people signed up we will send chocolates and flowers to the folks at Manatt and they will schedule an amazing training as soon as possible!

The five-part series includes:

Remember, if you want a personalized training let us know. We need a minimum of 50 people for the training before we send our request to the good folks at Manatt.If you have any questions, contact Scott Bryant-Comstock at 919-219-2342 or scott@cmhnetwork.org.

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