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Stakeholder training and education
Find information about Apple Health, COFA Islander Health Care, and Washington Healthplanfinder training and education resources for stakeholders, providers, community-based organizations, tribal organizations, trainers and assisters.
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The Health Care Authority (HCA) offers a variety of Apple Health (Medicaid) and Healthplanfinder education resources for stakeholders, providers, community-based organizations, tribal organizations, trainers, and assisters.
Important: View COVID-19-related materials on the Reference guides webpage.
Community partners affiliated with a community-based organization in Washington State can complete training on:
- Eligibility for Apple Health coverage.
- How to navigate in the Healthplanfinder application web portal.
Once partners have completed the training, they may apply for "volunteer" access in Healthplanfinder. Learn more about community-based training.
Apple Health enrollment and reference guides are available for those who help individuals apply for and renew coverage in Healthplanfinder. Learn more about available Apple Health reference guides.
HCA and the Health Benefit Exchange provide educational webinars and presentations sharing information about Apple Health and Healthplanfinder. Learn more about webinars, video, and presentations.
Apple Health materials for individuals looking for health coverage. Learn more about the Apple Health outreach toolkit.
COFA Islander Health and Dental Care
COFA Islander Health Care outreach materials for stakeholders, providers, community-based organizations, trainers, and assisters designed to help you inform members and applicants about the program and increase awareness in the community. Learn more about the COFA Islander Health Care outreach toolkit.
HCA provides educational webinars, videos and presentations sharing information about Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) suspension and Care Coordination for justice-involved individuals receiving health care coverage. Learn more about Medicaid suspension.