Just in time for Hispanic Heritage Month, Small Business Majority unveiled the California Health Coverage Guide, an online resource available in English and Spanish that provides California small business owners with objective, step-by-step information on how to navigate the health-care market since the passage of federal health-care reform.
The healthcare landscape is shifting as the market adjusts to provisions of the Affordable Care Act, signed into law in March 2010. The Coverage Guide, which details provisions of the Affordable Care Act pertinent to small businesses--much of it translated into Spanish for the first time--walks small business owners through the complex terminology, laws and options of the health insurance marketplace and helps them determine if offering insurance to their employees is financially feasible. It will also help them narrow down the types of plans best suited to their needs and covers federal and state healthcare laws all California entrepreneurs should be aware of. It is intended solely for informational use. Small Business Majority does not endorse a particular plan type, broker or carrier.
"As the Affordable Care Act continues bringing changes to California's healthcare system, it's essential to disseminate clear, objective information not only about the new law but about the system in general to help small business owners understand their coverage options," said Small Business Majority CEO John Arensmeyer.
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This article was prepared by Managed Care Weekly Digest editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2011, Managed Care Weekly Digest via NewsRx.com.
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