MIDDLETON (WKOW) – Wisconsin health care advocates are meeting over the next two weeks to talk about implementing the federal healthcare law.
The meetings are supposed to bring together those who want to assist in signing people up for health insurance under the new marketplaces, or exchanges, created under the law.
State Medicaid director Brett Davis says he expects thousands of people to help get others signed up for coverage statewide. Applicants can apply October first.
The first meetings start on Tuesday in Middleton and Green Bay. They are organized by the state Department of Health Services and other private organizations.
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