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Baseball the act of a player who throws or deflects a batted ball in such a way that a team is enabled to put out an opponent
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In 2013, after a series of videos showed navigators in Dallas encouraging enrollees to lie on their applications, state lawmakers mandated extra regulations for the assisters.
In an increasingly complex health insurance environment where insurance carriers are offering more health plans, but fewer with out-of-network coverage, and where provider networks are getting narrower and narrower, brokers, agents, assisters and navigators, and their clients, are ill-served by today's decision support tools," said Michael W.
One critical lesson learned from our first open enrollment period is that communities of color and low-income individuals need more frequent, in-person support from assisters in order to enroll.
If you don't need to talk to an assister, you can call the Tele- Tax system.
States put such requirements in place to ensure that assisters understand state-specific insurance policies and programs.
Assisters and navigators can explain the differences between plans, but they can't recommend one.
In states that rely on the federal marketplace, assisters helped 162 people per 1,000 uninsured residents.
The ACA gives the assister programs more flexibility in determining both what type of organizations carry out assistance programs and the specific duties to be performed by assisters (Fish-Parcham, 2012).
The tour is a key component of a broader education and enrollment effort that includes advertising, social media engagement, community partnerships and a statewide network of more than a thousand trained insurance brokers and in-person assisters who can help people enroll in coverage.
A mobile enrollment tour will launch in mid-October featuring a bus equipped with internet-ready laptops and trained In-Person Assisters enrolling people on-site.
Known as in-person assisters, these organizations can be located via a searchable map at www.
All types of enrollment assisters - including in-person assisters, Certified Application Counselors, and agents and brokers - are required to complete specific training and are subject to federal criminal penalties for violations of privacy or fraud statutes, on top of any relevant state law penalties.