A new study released by Senior Fellow Stan Dorn and others serves as a reminder that vigorous federal and state action can use the tools created by the ACA to help laid-off workers get health coverage.
Data shows that African Americans suffer more from certain health conditions than non-Hispanic whites.
The budget agreement Congress passed in the wee hours of the morning includes more good news for the 9 million children who rely on the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for their health coverage.
Graham-Cassidy has the same destructive elements that senators of both parties and the American people rejected earlier this year. Learn more.
The majority of people in this country want Congress to put aside these harmful, partisan policies and focus on bi-partisan solutions to improve our health care system. It is time to listen to them.
See the table below to compare the newest version of ACA repeal with its predecessors:
Earlier this week, the Trump Administration released its proposed budget for fiscal year 2019. This is the president’s first full budget proposal since taking office and it outlines the administration’s vision for the future. Although the budget proposal is non-binding and many elements need congressional approval for enactment, the administration can implement some of these policies on its own, through regulations, executive orders, and guidance. This is an eye-opening and chilling road map for where the administration wants to take health care for families and children.
Many state legislatures are passing the midpoint for 2018 sessions, and trends are emerging in their efforts to tackle health care affordability and coverage. States are also reacting to federal activity around Medicaid and private market coverage including the repeal of the individual mandate. Below are some of the noteworthy state health legislative measures already moving this year.
5 Reasons We Are Celebrating CHIP’s 10- Year Extension this National Children’s Dental Health Month!
Along with celebrating Black History Month, Valentine’s Day and the Lunar New Year this February we are also elevating kids' oral health for National Children’s Dental Health Month! There is a lot to celebrate when funding for CHIP was extended for the next 10 years, and here’s why the Oral Health For All team at Families USA is stoked!
Learn about the multiple benefits of Medicaid expansion that are fueling the movement to expand Medicaid across the country.
Today the Urban Institute released national and state projections of the potential impact of a proposed rule from the Trump administration to expand the sale of short-term health plans. The projections are, in a word, catastrophic.
While it may seem that Congress has moved on from its reckless quest to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut Medicaid, many lawmakers are not giving up.
It’s important that we remind members of Congress that we’re watching them and will mobilize to defend health care.