Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange (Kynect) Session
|Date: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014||Return|
Bill Nold, Deputy Director of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange (Kynect), presented in Bowling Green on February 18, 2014 at the Medical Center/WKU Health Science Complex. This event was sponsored locally by the College of Health and Human Services, South Central Kentucky AHEC, and the Institute for Rural Health. Eighty-four people including health care providers, administrators, boards of directors, community agencies, coalitions, patient navigators, university faculty/staff, and students attended the informational session. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires each state to create a health exchange or participate in the federal exchange. Mr. Nold provided the audience with a brief overview of the Kynect benefit exchange, as well as the total enrollment for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
For more information about this session, please contact Lucy Juett at (270) 745- 3325 or Matt Hunt at (270) 745-4138.
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