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Foundation for Health Coverage Education
Website: www.CoverageForAll.org
E-mail: fhceinfo@coverageforall.org

As many as 49.9 million Americans went without health insurance coverage at some point during the last year. Many of these people may not have obtained needed medical care as a result, and all took a significant financial gamble. The National Association of Health Underwriters, a professional association of more than 20,000 health insurance agents, brokers and benefit specialists, is extremely concerned about the problem of the uninsured. One of our primary goals is to help ensure that Americans have access to appropriate health coverage. To address this problem, we have partnered with the Foundation for Health Coverage Education to help make American health care consumers aware of all of the coverage options available to them.

The Foundation for Health Coverage Education (FHCE) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that offers several health coverage resources targeted at decreasing the number of uninsured Americans.

The following health coverage resources are available on www.CoverageForAll.org.

Health Care Options Matrix: User-friendly health coverage guide that outlines every state's public and private health care options for groups, individuals, and families. The Matrix features a complete overview of the options available for almost every demographic profile, as well as a quick-reference list of phone numbers and websites.

Health Coverage Eligibility Quiz: Interactive web program that asks 5 simple questions and provides a personalized list of health coverage options, which includes:

Join FHCE's Quarterly Newsletter mailing list to receive updated information on public health coverage and what is being done to lower the ranks of the uninsured.