Bill Monday, Vice President With Virginia Farm Bureau's Experient Health, To Offer Interviews On Health Care Reform

While the first season of open enrollment is complete in Virginia under the Affordable Care Act, many lessons remain to be learned and many Virginians still have questions about the process.

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Richmond, VA (PRWEB) June 11, 2014

While the first season of open enrollment is complete in Virginia under the Affordable Care Act, many lessons remain to be learned and many Virginians still have questions about the process.

Bill Monday, Vice President of the Virginia Farm Bureau's Health Care Consultants and Experient Health divisions, has tracked the changes, updates and results of the first open enrollment and has interesting observations and tips to share.

While open enrollment doesn't roll around again until the fall, there are many circumstances under which Virginians can still update and enhance their health coverage.

There are also still many questions out there about what families and employers can do to get ready for the next open enrollment.

Monday is making himself available for one on one interviews with reporters to help enhance their understanding of the process and the current events as they continue to report on health care reform in Virginia.

Monday has been with the Virginia Farm Bureau for a decade and has more than 25 years experience in the health care industry, having also served as a Vice President for Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Virginia. He has a MBA from the University of Virginia and was a member of ROTC-Scabbard and Blade, Omicron Delta Kappa and Sigma Phi Epsilon at the College of William and Mary where he received his Bachelor of Science Degree.

To schedule an interview, in person or over the phone, please contact Leah Gustafson at 804.290.1632 or via email at leah(dot)gustafson(at)vafb(dot)com.


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