Health Reform in King County. Housing Development Consortium November 13, 2012. Jennifer DeYoung Health Reform Policy Analyst, Public Health - Seattle & King County email@example.com Susan McLaughlin
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Housing Development Consortium
November 13, 2012
Health Reform Policy Analyst, Public Health - Seattle & King County
Health and Human Services Integration Manager, Department of Community and Human Services
New Medicaid Managed Care contracts in effect
Open enrollment begins for Exchange & Medicaid Expansion (Oct 1)
Health Homes Initiative for high risk Medicaid (Nov 1)
ACA signed into law
Medicaid beneficiaries with disabilities phased into mandatory Managed Care
Supreme Court ruling
Medicaid Expansion & Exchange Coverage Begins (Jan. 1)
Development of Health Benefit Exchange
Source: Public Health-Seattle & King County, 2012.
Exchange(Tax credits & cost sharing subsidies for those 100-400% FPL)
Medicaid ProgramCoverage (up to133% FPL)
Federal Basic Health Option ? 133% - 200% FPL
FPL = Federal Poverty Level. 133% of FPL is about $15,000 for an individual.
Ensure residents obtain coverage
Key areas of opportunity and planning for the Housing System and health reform: