Enroll America pushes ahead to second enrollment period
Enroll America convened a national conference this week in Washington to review the strategies that proved successful during the inaugural Affordable Care Act open enrollment period and to gear up for the next one, which will start Nov. 15. Organizers also want to ensure that the navigators and organizations working toward enrollment maintain their energy — despite reports of backlogged Medicaid applications and continuing struggles in some state-run exchanges. It's energizing people and bringing them together and reminding them why they got into the work in the first place," said Anne Filipic, president of Enroll America, a nonprofit group organized primarily to sign up consumers for new health coverage. "We're five months out, so it's time to be implementing and outreaching.
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