Imagine for a moment that the day you born your religion, political party affiliation, and occupation were chosen for you. It was official. You could not change what had been entered into those fields on your birth certificate. You were designated a Roman Catholic, Democrat, Farmer. Your destiny and life had been chosen. The government would only recognize what was entered on the birth certificate.
Posts related to identity verification for Covered California health insurance enrollment and subsidy, also Medi-Cal.
Perhaps the most difficult part of the Covered California application for the consumer is creating a password. The rules are very strict and have not always been adequately explained. Covered California has included more information to help consumers create a password when they have to reset it. The biggest complaint after the password has been rejected is that the system tells the consumer that the pass word cannot contain a dictionary word. You would be amazed at how many two letter combinations actually are words found in a dictionary. Hint: don’t put two letters together when creating a password. Always have letters separated by a number or special character.
Health insurance companies are deploying a variety of measures to reduce fraud and abuse such as only accepting paper applications or requiring proof of residency and identity.
On August 4th Covered California rolled out another enhancement to their CalHEERS program called “identity proofing”. Before an account holder, Covered California customer service representative (CSR) or Certified Insurance Agent can either Report a Change or create a new enrollment for a health plan, the primary applicant’s identity must be verified. This “Identity Proofing”, as it […]
Can you imagine waking up with no identity, no sense of who you are? I’m not saying you wouldn’t have a memory of life, just no label such as mother, father, student, liberal, conservative, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim…atheist. I am… Every day we wake-up, we have an innate understanding of who we are through the day’s […]