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Fact Sheet 12.02.2012

Protecting Health Care Programs from Spending Cuts

Many government leaders have proposed cutting health care programs such as Medicare and Medicaid to reduce federal spending. However, cutting these programs would hurt both American families and the economy. This series refutes the…

Insights Column 11.30.2012

Budget Diagnosis, Part 3: Women’s Health and the Budget

This is the third in Budget Diagnosis, a series on the coming major decisions in Congress that could affect your health care. This series explains, simply, what advocates need to know, features special guests writing…

Insights Column 11.26.2012

Obamacare and the Election

This is a consumer guest blog from Casey Quinlan. I have always been a dutiful voter, and have cast a ballot in every election since … well, long ago. This year, 2012, I cared deeply…

Insights Column 11.14.2012

Health Care After the Election

This blog was originally posted on Huffingtonpost.com. Throughout this election season, there has been considerable debate concerning the future of our nation's health care system. With the elections behind us, we can determine the key…

Insights Column 11.09.2012

What’s Next for Health Care

On Tuesday, America voted to reelect Barack Obama for another four years in office. It was a momentous victory, not only for progressives, but for the health care justice movement. With the reelection of…

Report 11.01.2012

Health Homes in Medicaid

The Affordable Care Act offers states several ways to improve patient care using a coordinated, patient-centered approach. The Medicaid health home is one such model states can pursue with funding from the health care…

Insights Column 10.26.2012

Health reform: Seven things you need to know now

    Originally Posted by Children's Mental Health Network   Thanks to Families USA for this great tip! As we all know, talking about the Affordable Care Act can be tricky. There’s a lot to cover, and some…