Now that you’ve enrolled in a health plan through NY State of Health, you may have some questions about how to use your health plan coverage. Here are some resources with answers to the questions you may have:
In its effort to inform the public, businesses, and practitioners, the Internal Revenue Service unveiled a new website on August 15, 2013 on the tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act. The homepage has three sections that explain the tax benefits and responsibilities for individuals and families, employers, and other organizations, with links and information for each group.
All questions about the plan participation application process should be directed to the Invitation Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Answers to common questions that have been received are located in the "Questions and Answers" file listed below and posted on 6/3/13.
HealthCare.gov is a federal government website managed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This website includes information about the federal Health Insurance Marketplace and the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Kaiser Family Foundation is a non-profit, private operating foundation focusing on the major health care issues facing the United States. Kaiser's Health Reform website includes a variety of information regarding the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The IRS has launched an Affordable Care Act website to educate individuals and businesses on how the health care law may affect them. This website includes information about the law and its provisions, legal guidance, the latest news, frequently asked questions and links to additional resources.
This analysis, based upon the Urban Institute’s Health Insurance Policy Simulation Model (HIPSM), was prepared as a supplement to the earlier analyses prepared by the Urban Institute. This report highlights demographic characteristics of individuals who will enroll in Qualified Health Plans in the Individual Exchange and in the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) in the New York Health Benefit Exchange. For reference, the same information is provided for the entire nonelderly New York population.
This report, prepared by the Urban Institute, provides detailed estimates of the impact of health care reform on uninsured New Yorkers. Specifically, the report details those estimated to gain public or private coverage, including through the Exchange, and those estimated to remain uninsured, by a number of demographic characteristics. These include age, income, race/ethnicity, health status, language, gender, and education. When possible, these data are provided at a county level; otherwise at a regional level.
The New York State Department of Financial Services commissioned Deloitte to analyze the impact of the Affordable Care Act on New York's small group and non-group markets in 2014. This report includes a review of existing studies on this topic, as well as a description of Deloitte's own analysis using its "Lifestyle Based Analytics" model.