Health centers must comply with all federal and state requirements for entities and individuals providing enrollment assistance. Consult with your Primary Care Association if you are not sure of the requirements in your state.
Reporting is essential. HRSA will place the entire section 330 grant award on drawdown restriction for any health centers that received outreach & enrollment supplemental funding that do not submit their quarterly progress reports (QPRs).
On-demand webinar series for outreach to veteran and homeless populations:
Health Center Outreach and Enrollment (O/E) Call:
Lessons Learned for Outreach to and Enrollment Assistance with Hispanic/Latino Communities
Call held Wednesday, October 8
Getting Ready for Open Enrollment: Structuring and Maintaining an Effective O/E Program on demand webinar | Transcript (PDF - 157 KB)
Related presentations discussed during the webinar:
In July 2013, HRSA provided $150 million in grant awards to 1,159 health centers. These awards began HRSA’s ongoing commitment to support health centers to help uninsured patients and others in their approved service areas gain access to new affordable health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplaces, Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program.
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