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Insights Column 01.13.2012

What Will it Take To End Cervical Cancer?

¡Basta ya! Changing the Frame from Sex and Stigma to Health and Safety Written with Lydia Mitts No woman should die from cervical cancer. Medical science has finally given us the tools to prevent…

Report 01.01.2012

Implementing Accountable Care Organizations

Accountable Care Organizations are groups of health care providers that agree to be held accountable for improving patient health while lowering health care costs. Providers in ACOs have financial incentives for achieving these goals,…

Insights Column 12.12.2011

Health Reform would cut the number of uninsured Virginians in half

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has been an outspoken opponent against the Affordable Care Act. Unfortunately for him, the Virginia Health Reform Initiative (VHRI) Advisory Council—a council that he formed—released a report finding that the Affordable…

Insights Column 12.08.2011

You’re Invited to Health Action 2012!

Families USA is pleased to invite you to Health Action 2012! Come gather with health care justice advocates from across the country to discuss challenges and formulate plans for the coming year. Please join us Thursday, January…

Insights Column 12.07.2011

Some are fighting against no-cost contraceptives

One of the hallmark provisions included in the Affordable Care Act is under attack, putting women’s health in jeopardy. As we mentioned this summer, women scored a huge victory when the Administration announced that all forms…

Insights Column 12.06.2011

Health Care Costs Put 10 Million More Americans in Poverty

According to the Census Bureau, 15.1 percent of Americans were living in poverty in 2010. That’s 46.2 million of us. But when the Census Bureau determines whether or not a family or individual is living…

Fact Sheet 12.01.2011

Defending Health Care Programs from Budget Cuts

As the federal deficit grows, more politicians are targeting health care programs like Medicare and Medicaid for spending cuts. But this approach would hurt families, seniors, people with disabilities, and state economies. This series…