CMS Announces $60 Million Budget to
Hire Health Care Navigators for 2015
Navigator program will continue to
help consumers understand health coverage options as they enroll in
10, 2014 The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is looking for
Navigators to provide unbiased information to consumers about health
insurance and public programs and it has $60 million in funding to
attract them. The primary program involved in the Navigator program that
effects seniors is Medicaid.
The money will support Navigators
in Federally-facilitated and State Partnership Marketplaces in
2014-2015. Navigators are needed to support the Health Insurance
Marketplace, qualified health plans, and public programs including
Medicaid and the Childrens Health Insurance Program.
Navigators have been an important
resource for the millions of Americans who enrolled in coverage in 2014.
This funding ensures this work will continue next year, including
during the open enrollment period for the Marketplaces, said CMS
Administrator Marilyn Tavenner.
The funding opportunity
announcement is open to eligible individuals, as well as private and
public entities, applying to serve as Navigators in states with a
Federally-facilitated or State Partnership Marketplace. It is open to
new and returning Navigator applicants, and applications are due by July
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