Ensuring Comprehensive Health Coverage through the COVID-19 Crisis
With up to 15.8 million people expected to become uninsured nationwide due to the pandemic-incited recession, it is now more important than ever to advocate for comprehensive health coverage that addresses families’ diverse health needs and protects them from medical-related financial emergencies.
This webinar highlights the projected impacts on health coverage in the states and how to take action to influence policy responses at the state and federal levels.
- Stan Dorn, Director of the National Center for Coverage Innovation and Senior Fellow, Families USA
- Tom Leibfried, Legislative Representative, AFL-CIO
- Betsy Plunkett, Director, Marketing & Web Strategies, Maryland Health Connection