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  2. Public voting is open from September 6 – September 14, 2012. You have the ability to vote for more than one submission! To vote, click into one of the images, select how many stars you want to give the innovation (between 1-5), and then hit the “rate it” button.
  3. New Health Insurance Exchanges will allow individuals and small businesses to compare health plans on a level playing field. Middle and low-income families will get tax credits that cover a significant portion of the cost of coverage. And the Medicaid program will be expanded to cover more low-income Americans.
  4. People with Medicare were able to get key preventive services for free, and also receive a 50% discount on brand-name drugs in the Medicare “donut hole.”
  5. A new Patient’s Bill of Rights went into effect, protecting consumers from the worst abuses of the insurance industry. Cost-free preventive services began for many Americans.
  6. Use our interactive FAQ tool at to find answers to your questions about health care and insurance.
  7. HHS and are teaming up to spread the word about women's health. You can download PDFs on a number of women's health issues or order a hard copy.
  8. Here's some important info from Most health insurance plans cover the cost of vaccines, but you may want to check with your insurance provider before going to the doctor.
  9. A network of community health centers across the country provides preventive and primary care to millions of Americans. They provide care for free or on a sliding scale based on your income.
  10. CHIP provides low-cost health insurance coverage for children in families who earn too much income to qualify for Medicaid but can’t afford private health insurance.
  11. Visit to learn more about health care in your state. Find out about new preventive services for women where you live.
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