From the President

 

Do you have questions about the Affordable Care Act?

WXXI News and the Innovation Trail are spearheading a new project called “Understanding the Affordable Care Act.” This on-going news series will help answer the community’s questions about Obamacare. If you have questions, concerns, or have had trouble enrolling in health insurance, I invite you to take our online survey by clicking here. Your questions will help decide the topics we cover in our on-going coverage of the Affordable Care Act.

I also encourage you to share this survey with your friends and family. We’re looking to get as much feedback as possible so that we are able provide relevant, valuable information to our community about ACA. This project is supported in part by Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.

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