Five Million People Cannot Wait Any Longer, Biden Administration Must Finish Fixing the “Family Glitch”

Every year since the Affordable Care Act went into effect, a misinterpretation of the law called the “family glitch” has erroneously closed the door to affordable health care coverage to millions of people.

Oral Health is Health – Medicare Coverage Should Reflect That

Medicare is critical for the health and wellbeing of almost 64 million older adults and people with disabilities. Unfortunately, Medicare does not include a comprehensive dental benefit.

Final Public Charge Rule Adds Critical Protections for Immigrant Families

This final rule adds critical protections and affirms that immigrants and their families can safely access health, housing and nutritional programs to which they are entitled to without fear of consequences to their immigration status.

State Attorneys General Against Medical Debt

Washington, California & Minnesota attorneys general are taking patient protections seriously.

Q&A: What’s next for states that have coverage for all kids?

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the number of uninsured children has increased dramatically, having a profound impact not only on their wellbeing but also on their families as a whole.

Q&A: State Advocates Talk About Impact of Kids’ Health Coverage

At the start of 2020, five states plus the District of Columbia offered Cover All Kids. Since then, five more states have achieved legislative or budgetary victories for Cover All Kids to ensure health care is accessible to all children...

Q&A: How State Advocates Take Action to Get More Kids Covered

In 2020, 4.3 million children under the age of 19 living in the United States had no access to health coverage. As a response to longstanding gaps in health care access many states have introduced Cover All Kids legislation.

Medicaid Expansion is More than OK

Oklahoma voters recognized the need for Medicaid expansion, particularly at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, when they voted to pass Medicaid expansion in June 2020.

“Minimally-Invasive Care” Presents Opportunities to Expand Patient Choice, Access to Care and Advance Health Justice

Known as "minimally-invasive care” (MIC), can be provided in a variety of health care or community settings, like primary care offices, nursing homes, schools, and health fairs.
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