The Importance of Speaking Up

Reflections from Elena Hung, founder of Little Lobbyists and the inaugural winner of the Better Health Award.

In the Driver’s Seat: Improving and Protecting Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

Despite the necessity and cost effectiveness of NEMT, non-emergency medical transportation, the benefit is under threat on multiple fronts.

Centering Stories for Health Care Reform in Minnesota

Advocates in Minnesota believe the best pathway to universal health care coverage is through a public option, which they set out to create in 2018.

We Refuse to Turn Back the Clock on Our Health Care

On the deadline to submit comments to protect the Health Care Rights Law, we're sharing a blog from another one of our partners in this fight, the National Partnership for Women and Families.

Six Ways the Trump Administration Is Promoting Discrimination in Health Care

As the deadline for public comments to defend the Health Care Rights Law approaches, we're sharing a blog from one of our partners in this fight, the National Women's Law Center.

Eldercare Voices: Changing the Way the Poverty Level is Calculated Will Harm Older Adults

In May, the White House Office for Management and Budget (OMB) published a request for comment on potential changes to how the federal government measures poverty, posing serious threats to older adults and aging services, if implemented.

Director's Corner: Medicare and Medicaid at 54 – Consumer Stories and Changes Ahead

As Medicare and Medicaid turn 54, these two programs are more important than ever for the health and well-being of millions of Americans. We are sharing a number of new stories and photos illustrating just how critical these programs are to all of us.

An Expansion of Sabotage: Texas V. United States Would Deal a Death Blow to Medicaid Expansion

From Alaska to Maine, and California to Virginia. Across a wide array of blue states, purple states, and yes, even several red states, 17 million low-income Americans gained access to health care in the past five years.

Can Congress Protect Patients from Surprise Medical Bills and Lower Costs at the Same Time?

As consumer advocates, consumer protections are our number one priority. Robust consumer protection means that patients are held harmless and not caught between insurer and provider disputes.