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Provider: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Contents: forms, full text, government documents, links, links to full text, multiple databases, patient education, websites
Access Level: Free, Online Visitor, Open Access
Descriptions: This is the U.S. government location that helps you put the Affordable Care Act into practice. Here you can shop the health insurance marketplace, find the plan that best fits your situation, and enroll for coverage. Information provided is available in English and Spanish, with some resources available in Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Creole and Polish. Find plans for individuals and families, and plans for small businesses. Read about your rights and protections. Fill out information that the site will use to guide you toward the benefits you're qualified for. Get your questions answered using the Search box. Open enrollment will begin annually in October. In the first enrollment period that started Oct. 1, 2013, the open enrollment period does not end until March 31, 2014.
Keywords: health insurance, healthcare, healthcare policy, healthcare reform, Spanish translation, U.S. Government
Provider: New York Academy of Medicine
Contents: directory, full text, links to full text, statistics, summaries, websites
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: The Grey Literature Report provides links to publications, primarily reports and surveys, generated by government departments and agencies, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations, businesses and industry worldwide. These publications cover timely and important issues in healthcare, health policy and public health. Most of the material covered by this bimonthly report is not available through commercial channels of publishing and distribution and is not indexed elsewhere.
Keywords: federal agencies, gray, gray literature, grey, health insurance, healthcare administration, healthcare eystem, healthcare policy, Medicare/Medicaid, NGOs, non-governmental organization, trends, U.S. Government, world health organization