Affordable Health Care Site Visitors Share Valuable Experiences in e-Health Communities

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Free service provides a powerful resource for Americans to share information about health care exchanges, plus their health needs and goals.

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Because most federal and state agencies have not created a resource platform for Americans to meet, discuss and share their Affordable Health Care experiences, now provides that service.™ today launched 50 e-Health Communities, with each state listed alphabetically in the ‘Community Groups' section of the site. The new communities are already active with users. e-Health Communities are information resource centers for Americans to share experiences about their state healthcare exchange website and federal government website — Users can share knowledge about health exchanges and access strategies, review experiences, discuss different coverage plans, and explore other information related to health services or personal health issues.

The e-Health Communities may also help users address healthcare exchange problems identified in the recent Associated Press/Gfk poll.

"Because most federal and state agencies have not created a resource platform for Americans to meet, discuss and share their exchange website experiences and needs, is providing that service," according to Dr. Paul Privateer, Founder and CEO of, "Site visitors who are in the market for health care plans will benefit from our free service. We provide a community discussion platform with state-specific groups that offer video-conferencing, document exchange, plus many other communications tools."

Dr. Privateer added that "the e-Health Communities are consistent with our vision of creating more useful social resource platforms, helping people interact in ways that have significant personal, financial and community value."

The 50 e-Health Community users are already discussing a wide range of health exchange topics, including national news reports such as the New York Times article on October 12, 2013.

Americans wishing to join these e-Health Community Groups should go to, create a free account, click on the lower left ‘Community Groups’ button, in the next page ‘Search a Community’ field enter their state’s name followed by the words ‘Health Community’, (example: Iowa Health Community) and then click ‘Join’. Users can then create topic areas, set up video conference meetings or share timely and valuable information. Dr. Privateer also stated that "we encourage all users to cross state lines and share information about health care plans and medical issues with other state user groups, family members and friends."

The new e-Health Communities are also helping people discuss issues and problems about the available insurance carrier options and guidelines, as noted in the recent article ‘Search Tools Wanting on Many Exchanges’.

This effort to open healthcare communications is consistent with current initiatives such as: ‘The Rivalry Hunger Project™’, ‘The American Foundations Project’, ‘The Liberal Art Colleges Project’, ‘The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Project’, ‘The Global Home Schooling Network’, ‘The Charter Online Schools Project’, and ‘The New Economy Careers College.’


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