ObamaCare 101: The Affordable Care Act
|July 12, 2013||Posted by ITUP under Special Features||
ITUP hosted a series of educational trainings entitled ObamaCare 101: An Educational Training on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). During the trainings, ITUP discussed key components of the ACA and provided a comprehensive overview of how health coverage will change in California under health reform. The trainings were held around Los Angeles County for CCALAC (Community Clinics Association of Los Angeles County) member clinic’s frontline staff, other medical providers and community based organizations. This page is a resource for those who attended the trainings and others who find it useful. Another round of trainings will be held in the spring. Information about the spring trainings will be posted as it becomes available. As always, you can email the ITUP team at email@example.com with questions.
Below you will find materials to help you understand and explain ObamaCare. Enjoy and distribute widely!
Webinars on ObamaCare 101
ITUP hosted two webinars on Medicaid Expansion and Covered California. You can find links to the recorded webinars below:
Medicaid Expansion Webinar
Covered California WebinarCovered California Webinar Slides.pdf
Written Materials on ObamaCare
You can download all of ITUP’s written materials below:
ObamaCare 101 Tool Kit.pdf L.A. County
Obamacare 101 Tool Kit LITE.pdf L.A. County
ObamaCare 101 Tool Kit CA.pdf Statewide
ObamaCare 101 Tool Kit LITE CA.pdf Statewide
ObamaCare 101 Presentation Slides.pdf In black & white
Where to Go for Help With Enrollment
For those seeking in-person enrollment assistance for Covered California or Medi-Cal, search by zip code.
Videos Explaining ObamaCare
Training videos are also available, courtesy of the Kaiser Family Foundation:
There’s An App for That!
To download Covered California’s mobile application, click the links below:
From Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coveredca.CoveredCa
This outreach and education project is generously funded by the California Community Foundation and
L.A. Care Health Plan in partnership with the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County.