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CHIP Hanging in the Balance

Access to Independent Providers: OHT Finally Clarifies Proposal to Redesign Home Care Programs

The outcry over the Kasich administration’s proposed “elimination of Independent Providers (IPs)” has led finally to clarification, by the Ohio Office of Health Transformation, that their proposal “does not eliminate independent providers.”  

Supreme Court Decision Could Take Away Financial Help for Over 234,000 Ohioans Enrolled in Markplace in King V. Burwell Decision

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Tuesday, March 3, 2015

King v Burwell Threatens Ohio, the Nation



Michele Jawando, Vice President of Legal Progress for the Center for American Progress and Cathy Levine, Executive Director, UHCAN Ohio and Co-Chair OCHC.
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Consumers, consumer advocates and a legal expert today urged the U.S. Supreme Court to ignore the flimsy arguments of plaintiffs in the case of King v Burwell and confirm that Congress intended all Marketplace plan enrollees to receive federal subsidies when it passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010. 

 “Having health issues that require a lot of treatment –for me, the Affordable Health Care Act was a blessing,” said Kamari Odai, a substitute teacher who is not provided health coverage by his job. Watch Kamari’s video at http://bit.ly/1vUMukc

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