PHLP Newsletters

For years, PHLP has published two bi-monthly newsletters, the Health Law PA News and the Senior Health News. Now, we publish the Health Law PA News on a monthly basis.

HEALTH LAW PA NEWS

The Health Law PA News is a newsletter dedicated to informing health care consumers, advocates, and providers about developments in publicly-funded health care programs. We aim to provide practical information that allows readers to better understand health law issues, recognize how upcoming changes will affect them, and identify areas where additional advocacy is needed.

September/October 2018 Health Law News

  • Get Ready for the Medicare Open Enrollment Period
  • Medicare Part D Costs for 2019
  • Update on Medicare Summary Notices to Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries
  • PHLP Offers Medicare 2019 Webinar
  • Federal Funding for Marketplace Navigators Reduced
  • Tips for Marketplace Open Enrollment
  • State Cancels Procurement for Independent Enrollment Broker for Long-Term Support Services
  • State Delays FED Implementation
  • CHC Enrollment Underway in Southeast PA
  • Update on CHC Implementation in Southwest PA
  • General Assistance Is Back: What Advocates and Consumers Need to Know
  • The Health Impact Of The Proposed Public Charge Rules For Immigrants

SENIOR HEALTH NEWS

Until December 2013, this newsletter provided information for Older Pennsylvanians with limited incomes and their advocates/providers about the various programs that serve them. Effective January 2014, these two newsletters have been combined into a single monthly publication titled Health Law PA News. The combined newsletter continues to report on topics of specific interest to seniors and persons with disabilities, such as Medicare, the Medicare Savings Program, the Medicare Part D Low-Income Subsidy (LIS), and Home and Community Based Services Waiver programs.

To view past editions of either newsletter, please see the newsletter archive.

 

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