Open enrollment in health insurance exchanges mandated by
the Affordable Care Act is set to begin Oct. 1. As the political debate rages
on, UT Arlington experts are available to discuss various aspects of the new
law. For more information, please contact the media relations office at
Courtney, associate professor in the College of Nursing, has
been a nurse practitioner in primary care settings for more than 20 years. As a
professor, she has studied primary care models and chronic disease management.
She is available to talk about how changes in the availability of insurance
could affect patients who have been without coverage. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
assistant professor of political science, is an expert in health care policy and powers
historically given to individual states versus the federal government. He
previously taught a course called “Health Politics and Policy from the New Deal
to Obama.” Contact him at email@example.com.
Bezboruah, assistant professor in the School of Urban and Public Affairs, has
done research to explore the role that community resources currently play in
providing health care to those without insurance. She says more collaboration
among nonprofits, community organizations and governmental entities could lead
to lower health care costs and better health care for unserved or underserved
populations. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.