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A 30 minute look inside ObamaCare with Neil Kaplan, managing partner of Smith Kaplan Benefits, Inc. The Affordable Care Act is confusing and the facts are coming in fast and furiously. The best way to make an intelligent, informed decision about health insurance is to have as much knowledge as possible. #obamacare #affordablecareact #healthinsurance #healthcare reform #healthcare #insurance #HHS
The Supreme Court has decided that ObamaCare's mandate to buy health insurance is a tax. Will the IRS be able to collect it? Also....
ObamaCare scams are popping up on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedln. If someone claims you must purchase an ObamaCare Insurance Card in order to buy coverage, it's a scam. These criminals will act like they already know your information, says Dave Moore, an internet security expert. "We're sitting here at your Medicaid account, but it needs to be updated because of ObamaCare, so we need you to give us your social security number."
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This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will discuss the Affordable Care Act. Do you love or hate it? Is this the best America can do? Is this plan doing too much? Should paying for healthcare be a given and down with any kind of free healthcare? Which side of the fence are you on? Call in and give us your 2 cents!
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Calling all Human Resource professionals, business owners, insurance representatives, organization leaders - BluPrint welcomes Larry Frazier, M.S. and Carla Watson, BA, both of whom have led Affordable Care Act training sessions. Listen and take notes as we discuss how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) helps employers provide feasible options for current & potential employees.
ABOUT OUR GUESTS:
A professional with over a decade of experience in training, developing, and directing highly successful teams, Carla is a member of the BluPrint Leadership Institute faculty and proven leader with diversified education, skills, experience in training, employee coaching and development, performance management and customer relationship management. She is a member of the Principal Training team at BluPrint and is a subject-matter expert on Maryland health-care reform.
A member of the BluPrint, LLC training and development team, Larry has more than 20 years of domestic and international experience in leadership development, knowledge management, strategic planning, performance management, organizational change and employee development programs. Larry understands Health Care Reform specifically as it applies to the state of Maryland and is a blogger on the Affordable Care Act.
He has many years of experience in organizational change, instructional systems design-Gagne-Briggs and ADDIE model, HR development, mentoring, process mapping (problem diagnosis-incorporating 360 feedback processes), project management, information management, leadership ethics, training, and executive coaching.
Join us today as we take a comprehensive look at the Affordable Care Act with special guest Joyce Ann Campbell. Also on tap: President Obama cummutes 8 inmates with crack cocaine convictions; the Duck Dynasty debackle, and much, much, more!
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With the deadline approaching, we've invited a special guest to answer all your questions about the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) and give you direction on how and where to sign up. Join us!
What does the Care in Affordable Care Act stand for? I wanted to share some of my thoughts on The Affordable Care Act and not so much the specifics. I can only speak on how I understand and see it. Iconoclast from the Offlimits show calls in to dish about Obamacare with me.
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Stephanie Lynch (pictured L), has devoted her life to creating impactful, systemic social change. She started her career in human services in 2006, working and volunteering for various nonprofits throughout Richmond, while receiving her undergraduate degree in Psychology/Women’s Studies and African American Studies. She was hired as the Student Services Coordinator for a Career Technical Institute, during which time, she started several support groups for women experiencing domestic violence, ex-offenders, and survivors of childhood trauma, in addition to providing intense case management services to homeless, pregnant and uninsured students. While pursuing her Masters in Social Work, Stephanie worked under Paul McWhinney, Deputy Commissioner for the Virginia Department of Social Services. Upon graduating, she played a role in the implementation of Affordable Care Act in Virginia under the leadership of the Secretary of Health and Human Resources. She is currently positioned at the Virginia Department of Social Services as a Senior Program Administrative Specialist working on several statewide projects, including the “campaign for enrollment” an outreach effort to promote awareness of the new Medicaid covered group for former foster care youth.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Contact: Stephanie.Lynch@dss.virginia.gov