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Aon Health Coverage Resources

A supported path to individual health coverage

Through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, an estimated 30 million U.S. residents who previously lacked health care gained access to insurance through public programs in 2014.* Unfortunately, many people who qualify for the new options are unaware of their eligibility or choices for coverage. Today’s workforce includes a growing number of contract, part-time, and hourly staff who don’t qualify for group health plans but do qualify for public programs. Therefore, employers are increasingly seeking ways to help keep these employees healthy, productive, and engaged by providing them with information about available affordable health coverage.

Aon Health Coverage Resources™ is an online interactive tool that helps individuals who don’t qualify for group plans to find the right coverage in public programs like the state and federal marketplaces, CHIP, and Medicaid. This intuitive tool gives employers a simple, affordable way to help participants understand their health insurance options and enroll in the best-suited coverage.

*Source: “The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on the Safety Net,” Academy Health

A Comprehensive Solution

  • 1

    Educate

    Educates employees about health care reform and available programs.

  • 2

    Qualify

    Helps individuals determine what they’re eligible for, including potential financial help.

  • 3

    Enroll

    Helps individuals enroll in state and federal marketplaces, CHIP, and Medicaid.

  • 4

    Communicate

    Promotes awareness of available resources to employees and senior management.

  • 5

    Support

    Experienced customer service advocates provide additional support to enrollees.

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The Uninsured Impact on Business

of the 32 million uninsured, nonelderly Americans belong to working families.

Source:

“Key Facts About the Uninsured Population,” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, 2015.

An Alternative to Group Plans

of Americans who lack health insurance say they are “not too familiar” or “not familiar at all” with state and federal health marketplaces.

Source:

2013 Gallup Poll