Our annual Health Action conference is the premier event for health care advocates, enrollment workers, and policy wonks to come together to talk strategy. Our action-packed conference will be at the heart of the critical fight to defend the gains of the Affordable Care Act from being repealed. With the election of Donald Trump and a Republican Congress and Senate, this conference will be our most important yet as we prepare to defend millions of people from losing health coverage.
With the election of Donald Trump, we are on the verge of witnessing something rarely seen in American history – a march backward in time.
A Republican Congress that has already voted more than 60 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will happily join in Trump’s call to guarantee that its repeal is one of the first acts of his presidency.
The 2016 election results are prompting many questions about the future of the Affordable Care Act. While there is uncertainty about these changes in political leadership, a few things are clear now that advocates, assisters, and most importantly, consumers, need to know.
Join Families USA for a post-election webinar to discuss what the election results mean for health advocacy priorities in 2017 and beyond.
You'll hear from Families USA’s government affairs, policy, and campaign strategy experts sharing our immediate reaction to the election results and our analysis of the implications for health advocacy.
We will then describe our health advocacy priorities for our new president and members of Congress.
Anyone concerned with advancing health access and quality for all knows there's a lot at stake in November. Between the start of open enrollment in the marketplaces and the elections—when our nation chooses key decision makers at the national, state, and local levels—next month is a critical turning point in the fight for health care justice.
As a companion piece to our monthly roundoup of notable health equity news, we have compiled a list of our favorite new resources, events you should know about, and job openings from around the country.
The uninsured rate is at an all-time low, as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has made it possible for 20 million, and counting, to get covered and stay covered. Yet premium increases raise real concerns about the affordability of marketplace coverage in the 2017 plan year.
While the headlines focus on the areas of the country with the steepest increases, most consumers will not feel the hit of high premiums personally. Here are four reasons why
A new study about emergency room use in Oregon is fueling the debate about whether expanding Medicaid as made possible under the Affordable Care Act leads to high emergency room use. To understand what the study says—and does not say—about the impact of Medicaid expansion, it’s important to keep in mind its limitations and consider data from other recent studies.