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Workshop Agenda

9:00-9:10

Welcome and Overview

George Isham, Chair, IOM Roundtable on Health Literacy

9:10-10:15 State Health Insurance Exchanges—Overview
9:10-9:30

ACA: Creating state insurance exchanges

Alice Weiss

Deputy Director for Maximizing Enrollment for Kids

National Academy for State Health Policy

9:30-9:50

Lessons learned from currently operating health exchanges

Sabrina Corlette

Research Professor

Health Policy Institute

Georgetown University

 
9:50-10:15 Discussion
 
10:15-10:30 BREAK


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A Workshop Agenda 9:00–9:10 Welcome and Overview George Isham, Chair, IOM Roundtable on Health Literacy 9:10–10:15 State Health Insurance Exchanges—Overview 9:10–9:30 ACA: Creating state insurance exchanges Alice Weiss Deputy Director for Maximizing Enrollment for Kids National Academy for State Health Policy 9:30–9:50 Lessons learned from currently operating health exchanges Sabrina Corlette Research Professor Health Policy Institute Georgetown University 9:50–10:15 Discussion 10:15–10:30 BREAK 85

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86 FACILITATING STATE HEALTH EXCHANGE COMMUNICATION 10:30–11:45 State Insurance Exchanges Impact on Consumers 10:30–10:50 How do consumers understand health insurance concepts, or do they? Lynn Quincy Senior Health Policy Analyst Consumers Union 10:50–11:10 The challenge of health insurance language Yolanda Partida Director, National Program Office Hablamos Juntos 11:10–11:45 Discussion 11:45–1:00 LUNCH 1:00–2:15 Health Literacy Relevance to Health Insurance Exchanges 1:00–1:20 Why is health literacy relevant to health insurance reform, generally? Frank Funderburk Director, Division of Research Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services 1:20–1:40 Facilitating correct choices through health literacy interventions Rima Rudd Department of Society, Human Development and Health Harvard School of Public Health 1:40–2:15 Discussion 2:15–2:30 BREAK 2:30–3:30 Current Best Practices in Developing Materials and Communicating with Consumers 2:30–2:50 Lessons learned from SHIP on individual counseling Marilyn Maultsby Director, Division of SHIP Relations Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services

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87 APPENDIX A 2:50–3:10 Health Plans and Health Literacy: Laying the Foundation and Beyond Susan Pisano Director of Communications America’s Health Insurance Plans 3:10–3:45 Discussion 3:45–4:15 Summing Up: Lessons Learned Panelists and roundtable members 4:15–5:00 Discussion 5:00 ADJOURN

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