Consumers Do Battle Over Billion Dollar BCBSM “Giveaway”
For Immediate Release Contact: Don Hazaert, 734-262-3837
A series of six community conversations will be held throughout the state to discuss healthcare reform as it pertains to Michigan consumers. The community conversations are cosponsored by the Michigan Consumers for Healthcare and Detroit Public Television and will be held in Detroit, West Bloomfield, Mount Pleasant, Grand Rapids, Traverse City and Marquette.
Written by: Chelsea Lewis, social media coordinator at Michigan Consumers for Healthcare
Healthcare forms can be complicated and time consuming. When the first draft of the form that Americans will use to apply for health coverage under the nation’s new Affordable Care Act was made public, the reaction was unpleasant. The forms totaled 21 pages and had redundant questions.
Federal Medicaid Funding and Senate Bill 136 Update
By: Brett Williams, Mid-Michigan Coordinator, Michigan Consumers for Healthcare
Michigan Consumers for Healthcare: Legislative Update
Chelsea Lewis, social media coordinator for Michigan Consumers for Healthcare sat down with Brett Williams, central Michigan coordinator and business expert, to discuss the current climate in the Michigan legislature regarding Medicaid expansion and the currently Michigan marketplace.
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Dear [Lawmaker’s Name]:
Thank you to The Union Edge for featuring Eli Isaguirre, West Michigan Regional Coordinator at Michigan Consumers for Healthcare. The following is his entire interview with The Union Edge. Isaguirre discussed everything from how the Affordable Care Act impacts Michigan to what Medicaid expansion means for the state.