Latest GOP Replacement Plan Would Make Health Coverage More Expensive for Consumers and Gut Medicaid
Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to the replacement plan released today by Speaker Paul Ryan and House Republicans.
President Trump's Proposed ACA Changes Would Increase the Cost of Coverage and Create Barriers to Enrollment
Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to the Trump Administration’s announcement today of a proposed rule governing the Affordable Care Act Marketplace.
Senate Confirmation of Tom Price Puts the Health Security of Millions at Risk
BOSTON, MA – Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, on the Senate vote this morning to confirm Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) as U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services. “As an organization that represents the i...
Survey: 80% of U.S. voters support dental therapists
Tera Bianchi, project manager for the Dental Access Project, is quoted on DrBicuspid.com talking about our new poll confirming that the vast majority of Americans want a mid-level dental provider like Dental Therapists.
Digital Platforms Are The Key To Improving Your Health In 2017
Community Catalyst's Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation is mentioned in this Forbes piece on how technology could aid in making health care more person-centered.
Obama makes moves to protect health care law
Executive Director of Community Catalyst Rob Restuccia talks to the Boston Globe about the implications that repealing the ACA would have on millions of Americans.
In this issue: Progress expanding Medicaid is made in the South; Vermont authorizes dental therapy; the need for health literacy intensifies; Kids Team Supports Arizona Advocates in Restoring CHIP
In this issue:In this issue: Interview with Ann Hwang, MD, Director of the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation; Consumer Voices for Coverage Evaluation; "ACA Is Here to Stay" Campaign"; Next Generation of Coverage Advocacy Builds in Kentucky