City Hall is illuminated as part of awareness campaign for Covered California
San Francisco City Hall became the latest iconic building to be lit with the Covered California logo and colors Thursday night. This bright promotion is geared towards raising enrollment awareness for residents across the bay area and all of California. A lifeguard tower in the Central Coast was also lit with the Covered California spotlights.
The statewide bus tour and spotlight campaign is intended to raise public awareness about the opportunity for all eligible Californians to get health coverage during open enrollment, which will be from November through Jan. 31, 2016. This lighting installation is part of a 10 day, 29 city, statewide bus tour of hospitals, clinics, and storefronts. Covered California is spotlighting iconic buildings and hundreds of enrollment locations across the state.About Covered California
Covered California helps individuals determine whether they are eligible for premium assistance that is available on a sliding-scale basis. Consumers can then compare health insurance plans and choose the plan that works best for their health needs and budget. This program is designed to help make sure that everyone has access to affordable health care options.
Covered California is the state’s marketplace for the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Covered California, in partnership with the California Department of Health Care Services, is responsible for creating a new health insurance marketplace in which individuals and small businesses can get access to affordable health insurance plans.