Free Sessions Help Nebraskans Navigate Health Care Law
(Oct. 31, 2013) – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska (BCBSNE) is traveling the state to help Nebraskans get a handle on the requirements of the health care law.
At free informational sessions, called “Navigating the New Health Care Law,” BCBSNE will answer questions and discuss portions of the Affordable Care Act that will most impact consumers.
The schedule of sessions:
North Platte: Tuesday, Nov. 12, Holiday Inn Express, 300 Holiday Frontage Road.
Kearney: Wednesday, Nov. 13, Younes Conference Center, 416 Talmadge St.
Grand Island: Wednesday, Nov. 13, Midtown Holiday Inn, 2503 Locust St.
Omaha: Thursday, Nov. 14, Ramada Plaza Convention Center, 3321 South 72nd St.
The Kearney session is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., while the others will run from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
The sessions will entail a presentation that covers what consumers need to know most, questions and answers, and an opportunity for individuals to receive one-on-one consultation with an advisor.
RSVP at www.nebraskablue.com/signup or (402) 982-7633.
Two groups of individuals will benefit the most from the free informational sessions:
Uninsured persons, who are required to have health insurance in 2014 or face a penalty under the health care law
Those who currently have individual/family coverage, as most people will need a new plan in 2014 that meets the requirements of the law.
These sessions will not address Medicare. Medicare coverage is not impacted by the health care law at this time.
In October, more than 300 people attended similar sessions in Norfolk, Lincoln and Omaha.
“We look forward to helping more people across Nebraska by answering their questions and providing direction on their specific individual needs,” said Tom Gilsdorf, BCBSNE’s director of product development.
Refreshments will be served and door prizes given away.
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For more information, contact
Nathan Odgaard, (402) 982-6528.