Humana “Covering Mississippi” Mobile Tour

The goal of the statewide mobile outreach and education campaign is to provide uninsured Mississippians with information and answers on the health care coverage options now available to them through the Affordable Care Act.

Health and well-being company Humana this month is launching “Covering Mississippi,” a statewide mobile outreach and education campaign to provide uninsured Mississippians with information and answers on the health care coverage options now available to them through the Affordable Care Act. The tour visits Sam's Club in Jackson on Nov. 18. From now until March 2014, two specially designed vehicles will travel the state of Mississippi, stopping in cities at health centers, retail outlets, churches, schools and civic auditoriums to provide free one-on-one meetings with residents. Anyone can speak to the Humana-certified health insurance agents to learn more about the Health Insurance Marketplace and their health care options. With one in five Mississippians currently uninsured, it’s critical that residents select a plan before the March 31 open enrollment deadline for the Mississippi individual market exchange to avoid a penalty. To see when the tour will be in your area visit http://www.CoveringMSTour.com. For more information about health care coverage options under the Affordable Care Act, please visit http://www.Humana.com/healthcareforyou or call toll-free 877-229-6285. Humana is dedicated to educating uninsured Mississippians about the Health Insurance Marketplace and health care options available to them during the six-month open enrollment period, which began Oct. 1 and runs through March 31, 2014. Humana, a leading provider of health care plans in Mississippi, is a sponsor and supporter of Cover Mississippi, the statewide public-private coalition focused at educating Mississippi residents about the online health insurance marketplace. Humana is offering coverage for uninsured individuals and families in 40 counties through the Mississippi health insurance exchange.

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