September 17, 2020 12:00 pm ET
With Annual Enrollment around the corner, health insurance and health patient information must be inclusive and accessible. For those that have a visual disability like blindness, low vision or a cognitive disability, digital and physical communications including documents, websites and apps must be accessible.
Where are you on your journey to make your digital and physical communications compliant?
With the onset of Covid-19 pandemic, this has become even more paramount. Organizations need to able to provide critical information via an inclusive website. Electronic Forms need be fillable and accessible and documents, invoices, Explanation of Benefits, Directories, Formularies, Evidence of Coverage and Annual Notices’ of Coverage must be available in an accessible format.
While making documents accessible is very important, how are you guaranteed that they are usable?
Join Dennis Quon (Crawford Technologies) and Todd Waites (The Paciello Group) to learn:
What are accessible communications
What are the laws – ACA Section 1557, Section 508, Section 955, ADA
How do you make a website accessible and test it?
How do you make your forms accessible?
What type of document communications are required and how to make them accessible?
What about PHI and HIPPA?
How what are the lawsuits and how do I avoid litigation?
Why it is important your websites are accessible?