Promising Practices for Latino Outreach and Enrollment: Lessons from Massachusetts Experience

Download this publicationDespite increased access to coverage and enrollment efforts under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), recent surveys show that nearly one quarter of Latinos in the U.S. lack health insurance.

The Promising Practices for Latino Outreach and Enrollment report provides community-based organizations (CBOs) and health centers with recommendations and promising practices to aid Latinos in enrolling, maintaining, and using coverage, as well as a brief description of the barriers that Latinos face in obtaining coverage and care. The ten promising practices are based on multiple interviews with staff from CBOs, health centers, faith-based organizations (FBOs) and state agencies in Massachusetts that build on nine years of experience that these organizations have developed since the 2006 state health insurance reforms. JSI, 2015.

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