The Hypocrisy of the Trump Administration In Its Willingness to Protect Americans From Surprise Medical Bills

Trump recently laid out broad principles and called on Congress to pass legislation that ends surprise medical billing. Unfortunately, those principles fall short of outlining the protections consumers need.

Five Things We’re Doing in 2019 to Address the Social Determinants of Health

Community Catalyst’s work on social determinants is longstanding, and is an essential component of the framework needed to build a just health care system that works for everyone. Here are five ways we’re going deeper in 2019.

The Next Phase of Health Care Reform Part 3: Finding a Path Forward

In the third installment in a three-part series on the path forward on health reform, we focus on six key elements of a strategy to overcome the obstacles and achieve our health reform goals.

Eldercare Voices: Marking Older Americans Month: A Conversation With Byllye Avery on the Health Challenges Older Black Women Face

May is Older Americans Month, a perfect time to better understand some of the health-related challenges facing older Black women in the United States.

Director's Corner: Welcome to the May edition of Health Innovation Highlights!

We have lots of news to share this month about person-centered care advocacy for people with complex health and social needs.

Proposed changes to federal nutrition program would risk families' oral health

More than 750,000 people are at risk of losing critical nutrition assistance under a proposed rule from the Trump Administration that would make harmful changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

May Brings Stormy Weather

The old adage “April showers brings May flowers” does not seem to hold true this spring as we witness a pickup in stormy weather emanating from Washington.

What Is At Stake For Vietnamese Communities If The Affordable Care Act Is Struck Down?

After the war, my family and I joined over a million other Vietnamese immigrants who made the journey to reside in the U.S. and try the best we could to make it our second home.

In the Spirit of Sabotage - Limited Expansions and Other Half-Baked, Harmful Plans

In Idaho, Nebraska and Utah, elected officials seem hell-bent on defying the will of their voters, who all decided to pass Medicaid expansion without any cuts or barriers in the November 2018 midterm elections.
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