Posts Tagged ‘Jodi Ray’

USF ready to train more health insurance navigators

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Once again, the University of South Florida is stepping up to help people enter the health insurance marketplace. Signing up people for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act had its share of complications the last time, but it’s time to do it again. “We want a navigator that consumers are comfortable with,” said Jodi Ray, Project […]

FL ‘Navigator’ Grants Total $6.8M, almost $5.4M to USF

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The University of South Florida has been awarded by far the largest grant in the state to hire “navigators” who help uninsured people sign up for health insurance coverage through the federal Marketplace, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday. Only two other Florida organizations won  navigator grants: the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, $871,275, […]

Jodi Ray takes health coverage message to Capitol Hill

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Jodi Ray, Florida Covering Kids & Families project director, participated on a congressional panel hosted by the Alliance for Health Reform and the Kaiser Family Foundation on Aug. 6. The discussion was carried live on CSPAN2. Florida Covering Kids & Families is a program of the USF College of Public Health’s Lawton and Rhea Chiles […]

USF Health navigators host March 6 event to assist consumers with enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace

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“Nav-Lab” open to USF campus, community; anyone with questions about coverage welcome An on-site community outreach event to help consumers learn more about their enrollment options in the federal Health Insurance Marketplace will be held 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday March 6, in the USF Health Computer Lab at the Faculty Office Building (First […]