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HHS awards $32 million in grants to sign up children for health coverage

Medicaid’s proven success in enrolling kids in health coverage is a model for future efforts
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CMS imposes first Affordable Care Act enrollment moratoria to combat fraud

Building on strong anti-fraud efforts already underway, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Administrator Marilyn Tavenner today announced temporary moratoria on the enrollment of new home health provider and ambulance supplier enrollments in Medicare, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in three fraud “hot spot” areas of the country.
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Health Care Sign Ups Surpass 2 Million During 2021 Special Enrollment Period Ahead of Aug. 15 Deadline

Record high Marketplace and Medicaid enrollment highlights demand for quality, affordable health coverage and the American Rescue Plan’s savings
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More than 2.5 Million Americans Gain Health Coverage During Special Enrollment Period

Enrollments Spike During “Summer Sprint to Coverage” Ahead of August 15th Deadline, 64% Increase in Enrollment in the Last Week of July
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HHS Announces Additional Navigator Resources to Support the Extended HealthCare.gov Open Enrollment Period

Consumers can enroll in quality and affordable health care coverage through January 15
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Nearly 365,000 Americans selected plans in the Health Insurance Marketplace in October and November

Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced today that nearly 365,000 individuals have selected plans from the state and federal Marketplaces by the end of November.
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HHS ANNOUNCES NEW ASSISTANCE TO STATES:MORE RESOURCES, TRANSPARENCY, AND FLEXIBILITY

Today, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced more assistance to states as it implements three new provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
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NEW HAMPSHIRE FIRST TO GET NEW HEALTH CARE LAW FUNDS

New Hampshire will be the first State in the country to receive new Medicaid grant dollars— $26.5 million over three years— provided by the Affordable Care Act to keep people out of institutions and living productive lives in their communities, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced today.
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