We all want Idahoans to have access to affordable health care.
Idaho KIDS COUNT and United Way of Treasure Valley invite you to an educational forum to learn more about how the Affordable Care Act is unfolding in Idaho.
Corey Surber, Executive Director of Community Health & Public Policy for the Saint Alphonsus Health System, will discuss several dimensions of health reform:
- progress of the Your Health Idaho insurance exchange
- Idaho's coverage gap (low wage earners who make too little quality for premium assistance in the exchange), and
- options Idaho faces to correct the coverage gap.
A complimentary buffet lunch will be provided.
Students, community members, and anyone interested in the topic is welcome to attend.
Please contact Lauren Necochea with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy
The Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy believes in making the right investments today so that our state will thrive tomorrow.
Our future economy depends upon a high-quality education system, transportation and other infrastructure that meets businesses’ needs, that ensures healthy and safe communities, and builds a strong and ever-growing middle class. State policy and budget decisions determine if we will have the resources to make these investments.
The Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy is dedicated to improving policymaking in Idaho and ensuring decisions are made out in the open, in a way that is understandable to ordinary people.