"Day-to-day support available via call center representatives"
According to a release: When the 2014 open enrollment cycle is completed, Access Health CT
enrollment centers in New Britain and New Haven "will be
closed for day-to-day business; going forward, they will serve as
venues for educational sessions about Healthcare Reform."
which helped thousands of residents enroll in quality, affordable health
care coverage, will re-open for day-to-day business this fall," the release said.
the beginning, we envisioned these two centers serving a variety of
purposes,” Kevin Counihan, Access Health CT CEO said, also in the release. “During open
enrollment, our main priority was providing a place where people could
come ask questions about health care coverage and obtain assistance
enrolling in a plan. Now that open enrollment has ended, we’re planning
to use the centers to host educational sessions through the summer, and
expect to fully re-open this fall to support the next open enrollment
"Connecticut was the first state to open health care enrollment
centers. Modeled after the Apple® stores, the enrollment centers offered
in-person assistance to guide consumers through the process of
enrolling for health care coverage. The centers were designed to be
family friendly with an area for children to play while their parents or
guardians met with AHCT staff members at individualized computer work
Further, the release said, "During
the 2014 open enrollment period, there were 19,500 visitors to the AHCT
enrollment centers. Many came to ask questions and learn more about
Healthcare Reform, and 9,917 enrolled at the center."
Consumers who have questions about Healthcare Reform, their health care coverage, or AHCT, may call 855-805-4325
to speak with a representative. Information regarding the educational sessions this summer will be posted online at learn.accesshealthct.com
open enrollment begins for 2015, residents will only be able to shop
for coverage through Access Health CT under special circumstances, such
as marriage, divorce, birth, adoption or loss of insurance coverage from
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