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Google+ Hangout: Learn How to Access Health Care Coverage for Your Small Business Through Cover Oregon

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Google+ Hangout: Learn How to Access Health Care Coverage for Your Small Business Through Cover Oregon

By ngoriel, SBA Official
Published: September 11, 2013


SBA and Cover Oregon have teamed up to host a series of Google+ Hangouts on the Affordable Care Act. The final Hangout on Tuesday, September 17 will cover what small businesses need to know about Oregon’s Marketplace, Cover Oregon, and how they will access coverage through the web portal – Cover Oregon will address specific small business needs including:

  • Requesting real-time carrier quotes including available plans and rates
  • An employer’s process to search for and select a medical plan and dental plan
  • Setting up the employee open enrollment period
  • How to use the e-signature and carrier submission


Tuesday, September 17, 2013 | 12:00-12:30 p.m. PDT



Natale Goriel, Online Media Coordinator, U.S. Small Business Administration


Jennifer Morgan, Business Readiness Expert, Cover Oregon


Watch from either SBA’s YouTube Channel  or SBA’s Google+ Page

Registration: Registration is not required for this Hangout.  Simply click on SBA’s YouTube Channel or Google+ Page to watch the Hangout live on September 17. The Hangout will also be recorded and will be available on SBA’s YouTube Channel and Google+ Page.

About the Author:

Natale Goriel

SBA Official

Hi, my name is Natale and I'm serving as a Moderator for the SBA Community. Our goal is to continually improve this site to meet your needs, so we appreciate your feedback and participation.


I wish the state of Nevada would host a hang out like this! I feel like this is very beneficial for small business owners so we can get the information we need to succeed.
Cover Oregon is a terrific resource for many different aspects of small business. I would recommend anyone interested to check out their website listed above. The SBA's Google+ page is another great resource.

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