Insurers, community groups work to engage uninsured, uninformed

04/24/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Just months ahead of open enrollment in Affordable Care Act health insurance marketplaces, insurers, community groups and providers are racing against the clock to ensure consumers understand their options. In Michigan, for example, public health experts say confusion reigns amid rapid change and ongoing political debate over the law, and data from national groups suggest as many as 75% of Americans who lack insurance don't understand their new coverage options.

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