Three Reasons to Attend the 2015 State of Enrollment Conference

By Amanda Belles

Millions of Americans now have health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including nearly 11.7 million through the health insurance marketplaces and an additional 11.2 million through Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program — but millions more still stand to benefit.

However, the enrollment success we’ve seen may make it more challenging to reach the remaining uninsured. As a higher number of Americans gain health insurance, there will be a smaller pool of uninsured consumers to reach, and enrolling them will require a smarter, more focused effort.

If you’re interested in sharing strategies and retooling for the year ahead in order to help even more Americans get covered and stay covered, you won’t want to miss the State of Enrollment conference, June 10 – 12, in Washington, D.C.

Here are three things you’ll get out of attending the conference:

  1. Network with partners and peers from all sectors of the enrollment community. Over 900 individuals attended in 2014, representing 48 states. Attendees included:

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  1. Receive “how to” training in an array of workshops focused on best practices, tools, and resources that you’ll be able to apply in in your own outreach and enrollment efforts. Topics will include:
    • Health insurance literacy, cultural competency, top strategies for application assistance, outreach and media strategies, building and sustaining partnerships, messaging, among others.  A full program will be available online next week.
  1. Hear from experts on what works and what doesn’t in outreach and enrollment, what barriers persist, and how to continue to maximize opportunities to help Americans get covered and stay covered.

For more information and to register, visit our State of Enrollment website. Early-bird registration rates are only available through April 13. We look forward to seeing you in June!

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