NC Get Covered is happy to unveil its new and improved website (www.ncgetcovered.org) just in time for Open Enrollment Three! Thanks to sustained funding from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, we’ve been able to create a website that clearly describes the work of our coalition and how more organizations can get involved. A few key features include:
- A “Find Local Partners” Directory which allows you to locate like-minded organizations in your area – organizations that are involved in ACA policy, outreach and enrollment efforts, community action, and more. In order for the directory to fully serve its purpose, which is to offer a comprehensive list of ACA stakeholders in our state to encourage local collaboration, we ask that you please enter your organization’s information into the directory by clicking here. It should take less than 5 minutes of your time. All entries will be moderated to reduce duplication and inaccuracies. Thank you!
- A “Partner Events” Calendar where you can share details about ACA events your organization is planning, both during open enrollment and beyond. Please click here to have your events included on the Partner Events Calendar. To see a list of NC Get Covered events only, click here.
- A list of training resources for in-person assisters.
- An archive of NC Get Covered’s monthly policy briefings.
- Notes, PowerPoint slides and agendas from past NC Get Covered Coalition Meetings for your viewing pleasure, as well as a list of upcoming meeting dates. Please note that all meeting dates are currently tentative. Once they’ve been confirmed, we’ll post them on the NC Get Covered Events Calendar. Stay tuned!
- Plus more!
When working with our web developer, Tomatillo Design, NC Get Covered staff tried to incorporate tools and resources that would enhance our coalition partners’ efforts, but if there’s anything we failed to include, please let us know.
Finally, special thanks to MDC’s Ralph Gildehaus and Scott Edmonds for serving as our web hosts during the last enrollment period. Since the role of NC Get Covered is to connect and convene diverse organizations (not consumers) interested in or affected by the implementation of the ACA in our state, we have added a temporary banner on our homepage informing consumers that they can still access MDC’s resources at NCHealthConnect.org. This banner will remain on our website through the end of open enrollment, which should give consumers enough time to adjust to the transition.