The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and What it Means for Latinos

September 05 Webinar for Univision: What Do Consumers Need to Know About Health Reform’s Private Coverage and Exchange Options?

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June 19 Webinar for Univision: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and What It Means for Latinos

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The following resources provide an overview of the ACA and what it means for Latinos, including changes in both the private and public health care sectors, and current public awareness / understanding of these issues.

  1. Summary of Coverage Provisions in the ACA
  2. Infographic:  Health Care Coverage under the ACA
  3. Infographic: The Requirement to Buy Coverage under the ACA
  4. Fact Sheet:  Preventative Services Covered under the ACA
  5. Public Opinion and the ACA, Ongoing Tracking Polls
  6. Fact Sheet:  Health Coverage for the Hispanic Population Today and Under the ACA
  7. Immigration Reform and Access to Health Coverage:  Key Issues to Consider
  8. Brief:  The Impact of Current State Medicaid Expansion Decisions on Coverage by Race & Ethnicity
  9. Characteristics of the Uninsured
  10. Fact Sheet: The Uninsured and Difference Insurance Makes
  11. Consumer Assistance in Health Reform
  12. Subsidy Calculator
  13. YouToons:  Explaining the New Health Reform Law (Spanish / English)

Visit the health reform topic page for additional Kaiser Family Foundation resources.


Tina Hoff, Senior Vice President, Health Communication & Media Partnerships

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