Free Music Industry Healthcare Seminars by Music Health Alliance
Figuring out health insurance options can be tricky for independent musicians, but there is wonderful help available from Music Health Alliance! Join their free seminars this month to get all the info you need.
Check out the announcement below:
Music Health Alliance, the music industry’s non-profit healthcare advocate, is offering a series of FREE “Get Covered” seminars open to everyone in the music industry. Music Health Alliance, whose founder and 2015 Healthcare Hero recipient Tatum Hauck Allsep recently highlighted the music industry’s widespread need for medical insurance and healthcare coverage in an Op-Ed for The Tennessean, is hosting two seminars this month designed to empower the music community in selecting a healthcare plan and making informed healthcare decisions.
Questions that will be addressed during Music Health Alliance’s free “Get Covered” seminars include:
- What are the new health insurance options?
- How much will it cost me?
- Am I eligible for a subsidy?
- Who is eligible for free insurance?
- Where do I get care if I can’t afford insurance?
- How do I apply?
Jan 12 12:30-2p Get Covered 101 For Music Professionals at MusiCares
Jan 19 2-4p Get Covered 101 For Music Professionals at BMI
10 Music Square E. Nashville, TN 37203
Jan 31 Last day to enroll or change health insurance
Music Health Alliance is music’s resource for healthcare. The mission of MHA is to heal the music by providing access to healthcare through services that PROTECT, DIRECT & CONNECT music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions. MHA provides compassionate and patient-driven healthcare support with a vision of long-term prevention of illness and overall wellness from the beginning to the end of life for all genres of music across the nation. In the last 2.5 years MHA has secured over $6.1 million dollars in life-changing healthcare resources and enabled access to doctors, medicine, health insurance and financial assistance for 1,200 music industry entrepreneurs and professionals to heal the music. To learn more or donate to Music Health Alliance, visit http://www.
She holds several certificates from Berklee College of Music, and a certificate in Positive Psychology from UC Berkeley.
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