KQED Releases Obamacare Explained: A Guide for Californians

The printable, embeddable, shareable guide is easy-to-use and mobile-friendly, and now is available in Spanish.

The Covered California marketplace is now open for business. As part of its public service mission, KQED is committed to providing all Californians with the resources they need to make informed decisions around their health insurance choices. KQED’s popular guide Obamacare Explained: A Guide for Californians has the most current information available from Covered California for individuals, families, small business owners and immigrants.

The thousand-page Affordable Care Act covers a lot of ground and KQED’s straightforward guide explains the new health insurance choices offered in California with clear instructions on how to compare the different options. It also explains how federal tax credits work and helps you determine your own eligibility. The guide will continue to be updated by KQED News health editors as more information is made available by Covered California.

The non-partisan and unbiased guide, which has already received more than 90,000 page views, is easy-to-use, printable and mobile-friendly, and is available free of charge for other outlets to embed and share at kqed.org/obamacare. Obamacare Explained is also available in Spanish at kqed.org/obamacareexplicado.

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