Access Health CT, the Connecticut Healthcare Exchange
Our firm is one of two selected by Access Health CT, the Connecticut Healthcare Exchange, to provide training sessions for licensed brokers/agents to become certified to place business on the Exchange. Our certification program will cover topics in health care reform as required by the Exchange as well as bring the attendees up to date on the status of the Exchange’s operations.
We are pleased to offer these training sessions on several different dates at the Four Points in Meriden for the convenience of attendees.
Sessions were are offered:July 19th, July 26th, August 1st, August 9th, September 27th, October 3rd, and October 11th.
NEW DATES ADDED, Fall 2013: Friday, November 1st and Friday, November 15th.
More sessions may be added in the coming months per broker demand.
To register and for more information, please click on the below flyer and registration form. Registration forms need to be submitted in writing - so please fax, email or mail to our office.
The Connecticut Health Care Exchange, “Access Health CT,” requires agents and brokers intending to place business on the Exchange to successfully complete a certification program which evidences their knowledge of the Affordable Care Act and the products being offered through the Exchange. Attendees who complete this program and who meet other prerequisites (e.g., insurance license requirements, authorization from carriers, etc.) will be certified and eligible to enroll individuals and groups for the Exchange’s October 1st 2013 target enrollment date.
Among the topics that will be covered are:
The Connecticut Health Care Exchange – State of Readiness
Services Offered by the Exchange
The Individual Mandate
The Large Employer and the Delayed Implementation
Exchange Products, Minimum Coverage
AV and MV – Product Considerations
The Exchange SHOP
Enrollment on the Exchange – Subsidy, Husky and Other Considerations
The Role of the Agent, Navigator and Assistor
The ACA: the current state of laws, regulations and guidance