The African American Health Alliance encourages people to use the resources on Healthcare.gov to sign up for coverage by March 31st Open Enrollment ends in four days. Help is available.
WASHINGTON, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 23rd Healthcare.gov released a new infographic explaining the ways to get assistance with signing up for health coverage by the March 31st deadline. The African American Health Alliance (AAHA) encourages those who are promoting enrollment to share the infographic. Fredette West, the Director of AAHA, remarked, "If you are seeking coverage, remember there are multiple ways for people to get help finding coverage in the final 5 days of the Affordable Care Act's first Open Enrollment period, which ends next Monday, March 31, 2014. This infographic released by Healthcare.gov is resource that should be shared widely." For more information on the Affordable Care Act, visit the http://africanamericanhealthalliance.org/ and Healthcare.gov
About the African American Health Alliance
The African American Health Alliance is a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt organization working to help eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health and healthcare and to addressing the social determinants thereof including education, jobs and employment, nutrition, technology, violence and more. The Alliance is dedicated to strengthening advocacy, outreach and awareness for the purpose of helping to improve the quality of life. Across health and healthcare reform, we have helped to make considerable progress on behalf of the African American and other vulnerable communities. Our Board has tremendous expertise in the health and social determinants arena.
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