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    The Kentucky Primary Care Association is proud of its long relationship with the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange to help Kentuckians gain access to insurance coverage in a complex health insurance system through the Health Benefit Exchange. By Connecting with an Assister, a Kentucky resident can get enrolled to in an insurance plan and if needed get guidance to issues affecting their applications to the Qualified Health Plans available in Kentucky or determine their eligibility to Medicaid. Through working with an Assister who will be your best advocate, residents can work through all sorts of informational hurdles that might otherwise not be overcome without experienced help.

    Kentucky Primary Care Application Assisters link individuals up with resources and go the extra mile to explain complex health coverage things.

    If you have a community event coming up where you think some attendees could benefit from talking to an Assister, please review the Assister Listing to find the right person working in your county!

    Any questions or to verify your county assister please either contact the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange or call Carol Adkins, KPCA Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator and Development 502-545-8812


    Click Here to Find Name and Contact Information 



    Connecting Kids to Coverage Kentucky Assisters by County

    These assisters specialize in assisting kids 0-19 and parents with health coverage: Medicaid, K-CHIP or QHP Affordable Healthcare on Healthcare.gov

  • Federal dollars do not directly support the maintenance of this program, but as a Cooperative Agreement recipient of Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) grant, the Kentucky Primary Care Association would like to acknowledge the support given as a Cooperative Agreement Recipient. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov

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