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Monday, February 27, 2017

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Let's share some good news -- about rebates!
Texans Care for Children

July, 2012

 
Over the last couple of days we've been alerting you and the media about the simple choices before us to make Texas well and healthy. Please continue to help us spread the word! Forward this email, share our posts on Facebook, and tweet with us, using the hashtag #GetToWorkTX.

 

Share Some Good News

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies must spend at least 80% of your premium dollars on your care, only 20% can go to overhead and profits. If insurers don't meet this 80% rule, you get your money back! This is a really big step to controlling our rising health care costs. 

 

 

Insurance companies will be giving out rebates to about 1.5 million Texas healthcare consumers, around $200 per rebate. How many Texans know it's coming? Texas needs to get to work and share the good news with those who are getting rebates!

 

You can help. On our Facebook page today, we're asking everyone to select one of our fun fact images about the health reform rebates to share with your friends today. 

 

Today's Tweet/Facebook post:

1.5 Million Texans getting rebates from health insurers this summer! See what it means for you at http://facebook.com/KidsWellTexas #GetToWorkTX

 

Guide for ACA Insurance Rebates
 
   texaswellandhealth


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