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When can HHS exchange assisters sell door-to-door?

HHS exchange assisters can educate consumers door-to-door, officials say.
HHS exchange assisters can educate consumers door-to-door, officials say.

The people who give federal public exchange users in-person assistance can sell exchange plans and services door-to-door, as long as they use a low-key approach.

Officials at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) talk about the rules that govern exchange assisters' activities in a recent issue of a newsletter that goes out to exchange navigators and certified application counselors.

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