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Training Development and Raising Awareness

 

Raise Awareness about Resources at the Office of Superintendent of Insurance

 

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Rate Review and Mental Health Parity

 

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Our Role

Training development for train the trainer, messaging, training  – Create user-friendly trainings for consumers and small business to learn about and participate in New Mexico’s rate review process as well as to be informed regarding primary care benefits and the mental health parity. Research rate review and how it is communicated in other states and campaigns. Develop messages that appeal to consumers and small businesses in order to increase their involvement in controlling health insurance rates. Assist in training outreach workers from Health Action New Mexico to “get out the word” about this engagement.

Project coordination  – Assist in coordinating project and partner efforts to increase awareness of the Office of Superintendent of Insurance and its consumer resources.

Sara and her team are so talented and competent!  No hurdles too high.  Soda Creek will find solutions, listen to your feedback, and create relatable material and tools. You’ll love collaborating with Soda Creek Consulting!

Leah Steimel

Public Health Consultant, Fourfold Consulting

August 2017 – Rate Review Training

Rate Review Training

We’re working with Fourfold Partners on a contract with the State of New Mexico Office of Superintendent of Insurance (OSI) to increase awareness about New Mexico’s rate review process. Each year, OSI oversees health insurance companies requests to raise their rates. OSI partially makes their decision whether or not insurance companies can raise rates based upon what consumers tell them via official complaints and appeals. In order to control health insurance rate raises, it’s therefore very important that consumers and small businesses provide input to OSI. We’re helping to “get out the word” about what OSI does and how vital it is that consumers/businesses participate in this process. Project partners include Health Action New Mexico for outreach and the Garrity Group for media.