This teleconference discussed how Republican proposals would take a backwards approach that provided tax credits to millionaires and would significantly cut the financial assistance provided to lower and moderate income people.
This call discussed how the Republican proposal will increase cost sharing. As part of this we spoke to health savings accounts (HSAs) – cornerstones of the Republican proposal.
Our experts on the call: Lydia Mitts Associate Director of Affordability Initiatives at Families USA and Shelley Fuld Nasso, Chief Executive Officer at National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship.
This fourth teleconference call hosted by our partner Community Catalyst, discusses the Republican proposals to rely on high risk pools to cover individuals with pre-existing conditions.
This media teleconference discusses how the Republican proposals of continuous coverage penalizes people by allowing insurance companies to discriminate and/or charge more for not having coverage continuously.
This media teleconference, hosted by the National Partnership for Women & Families, discusses how ACA repeal attempts threaten access to essential health benefits.
Older Americans (age 50+) would be among the hardest hit under the House plan due to higher premiums, reduced financial assistance, massive cuts to Medicaid and threats to the future of Medicare.
Families USA and Kentucky Voices for Health held a telebriefing for media discussing in detail the recent series of Medicaid eligibility restrictions approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) under executive branch waiver authority.
Washington, D.C.—On Tuesday, September 18, Families USA held a press telebriefing to discuss what’s at stake for Medicaid in the upcoming November elections. The call included leaders of Medicaid expansion ballot initiatives and a review of key state elections that may affect Medicaid expansions and waiver proposals.
The new Families USA report A Case for Solidarity: Common Challenges Involving Health and Health Care in the United States reveals that, among both whites and people of color, in rural and urban areas alike, working-class women are particularly likely to experience serious problems with poor health and unaffordable health care.