Open Enrollment Twitter Toolkit

ACE TA Center

Use the following tweets and associated graphics to promote key Open Enrollment messages and ACE TA Center materials with consumers on Twitter. Adapt the tweets to include your own hashtags and/or local links whenever possible. The tweets are organized into three categories: 

  1. Key messages to share with consumers before they enroll to address questions and get started
  2. Key messages for plan renewals and financial assistance
  3. Resources to share with consumers after they enroll to assist them in using their coverage and staying covered 

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1. Key messages to share with consumers BEFORE they enroll to address questions and get started:

Motivating consumers to enroll

"Do I need health insurance? Can I get help paying for it? How do I enroll?" Get answers here & #GetCovered https://bit.ly/2OUM3lO

Are you asking yourself: Why do I need health insurance if I already get my HIV care through the Ryan White Program? Health insurance covers care for ALL your health needs. Get answers here & #GetCovered https://bit.ly/2OUM3lO

Helping consumers understand health insurance terms"Covered" social media image

Confused about health insurance? Think it costs an arm & a leg? Watch this video to help #GetCovered! https://bit.ly/3e91Rg6

Premiums, deductibles, co-insurance, say what? Watch now to brush up on your health insurance terms and #GetCovered http://bit.ly/2fhu6h

Encouraging one-on-one enrollment assistance 

Feeling confused or have questions? Don’t worry! You can get free one-on-one enrollment assistance in person or remotely from trained individuals https://bit.ly/2y2xV5e

Feeling hesitant to schedule an in-person enrollment appointment? Don’t worry, you can receive assistance over the phone and #GetCovered during #OpenEnrollment! https://bit.ly/2y2xV5


2. Key messages for plan renewals and financial assistance:

Emphasizing the importance of paying outstanding premium

Double check that you have paid all health plan premiums for the previous plan year before Nov. 1 to avoid any delays in getting coverage for the upcoming plan year#OpenEnrollment. #StayCovered

 

Encouraging active enrollment and plan comparison 

Actively compare plans during #OpenEnrollment to avoid getting auto-enrolled into a plan that may not be the best option for your health needs. #StayCovered 

Addressing plan affordability and financial assistance

Thought you couldn’t afford health insurance? Think again! The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program can help. Talk to someone at a local RWHAP and learn more. https://www.hiv.gov/locator 

Fact: You may be eligible for more health insurance premium payment assistance this year – apply and find out today! #EnrollByDec15 

3. Resources to share with consumers AFTER they enroll to use their coverage and stay covered:

Making the Most of Your Coverage

Making the Most of Your Coverage

You’re enrolled in health insurance - now what? Check out this guide to start getting the most out of your coverage http://bit.ly/2eWrYZW

Stay Covered All Year Long

Stay Covered All Year Long

You’ve enrolled in health insurance - now make sure you keep it all year! Use this guide to avoid losing coverage https://bit.ly/2ORatfQ

"Know where to go for care" video

Know your terms

Feeling ill? Need a check-up? Watch this video and learn where to go for the medical care you need http://bit.ly/2eNYvnd(link is external)

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