It’s not all sunshine and rainbows with the Obama administration’s healthcare plans.
The administration has just unveiled new plans to give employees the option to participate in the health care system’s automated plans, which would help automate the delivery of care to people who have no access to doctors or other professionals.
The administration announced a new plan Thursday to make it easier for employees to participate and better serve people who can’t access a physician or health care provider.
The changes will be announced at the White House’s National Jobs and Economic Development Forum on Thursday, according to an official.
Under the new plan, employees who sign up for an automated plan through the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHB) will get an email letting them know when the automated plan is ready to be activated.
Employees can access the email at any time by logging on to their employer’s employee health benefits website and clicking on “check for new enrollment.”
Employees will also be able to sign up by logging onto the FEHB website and selecting the “Eligibility” tab.
Employees will also receive a notification when they are eligible to signup for the new automated plan.
Employers can only participate in one automated plan per employee, so employees with multiple employers will need to opt in to a new automated coverage plan.
The plan will only be available to employees with their employers.
Employee health benefits are the main source of healthcare coverage for millions of Americans.
The FEHB is the main way people can get access to affordable, quality healthcare for themselves and their families.
The Obama administration is looking to make this plan easier for people to get covered through the system.
This week, the administration announced it would expand its automated coverage to all health care providers that meet certain requirements.