The next open enrollment begins November 15th, 2014 for January 1st, 2015 coverage and ends February 15th, 2015. Seedco is helping consumers shop, compare, and apply for coverage through partnerships with state and federal agencies in New York, Maryland, Tennessee and Georgia.
Politico recently published a story that highlighted the importance of Navigators, counselors and in-person assisters in helping people enroll and re-enroll in health insurance. The story featured Seedco’s new health care access study and a quote from Ben Thomases, Executive Vice President of Seedco.
Please join us on November 12th for a panel discussion summarizing our comprehensive evaluation of consumer and navigator experiences during the Affordable Care Act’s first open enrollment period, and preparations for the second open enrollment period.
We are pleased to release our latest publication on the findings from Seedco’s first year of the Affordable Care Act in four states. In particular, the evaluation study was commissioned to learn about barriers and facilitators to health insurance navigation. The study was conducted by researchers in the Department of Health Policy and Management in [...]
A Seedco Strong Fathers, Stronger Families client recently won the New York City Employment and Training Coalition (NYCETC) 2014 Opportunity Award in the Program Participant category. The winner was Mr. Johnny Price, a client of Seedco’s Strong Fathers, Stronger Families – BronxWorks.
Our Strong Fathers, Stronger Families Director, Noelle Van der Tuin, recently spoke at the Pathways to Graduation Support Staff Professional Development Workshop (District 79) in New York City. District 79 serves over 5000 students between the ages 17-22. This district works with a high proportion of students with disabilities, ESL students, the economically disadvantaged and [...]
Parents who participated in New York State’s Strengthening Families through Stronger Fathers Initiative experienced higher wages, higher rates of employment, and higher rates of child support payments than non-participants.