SNP Alliance and CCEHI Jointly Release Report: Special Needs Plans: Focusing on Social Determinants of Health among Duals

MAY 25, 2017; WASHINGTON, DC ― Today the SNP Alliance and Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation at Community Catalyst (the Center) announced their release of a report that examines how two special needs health plans are responding to the ...

Congressional Budget Office Score Confirms the American Health Care Act Is a Disaster

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) score of the American Health Care Act released today.

Trump Budget Punishes the Most Vulnerable Members of Our Society to Fund Tax Cuts for the Wealthy

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to President Trump’s budget proposal released today.

Senate Must Defeat the American Health Care Act

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to passage of the American Health Care Act today in the House of Representatives.

Latest Republican Health Care Repeal Plan Would Harm People with Preexisting Conditions and Fail to Cover Critical Health Services

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to House Republicans’ latest plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

President Trump's Threats to Sabotage Consumers' Health Care Are the Worst Form of Partisan Gamesmanship

(BOSTON, MA) – Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to President Trump’s threats to sabotage the Affordable Care Act marketplaces. “President Trump’s threats to sabotage the ACA ma...

Grassroots Mobilization Defeats House Effort To Repeal the Affordable Care Act

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to today’s decision by the House of Representatives not to proceed with a vote on the American Health Care Act.

AUDIO RECORDING OF: Health Experts Host Teleconference on How the American Health Care Act Would Impact Older Adults

Media Briefing Recording Details Impacts of Republican ACA Repeal Proposals in Layman’s Terms

Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation Announces New Subgrant Program to Boost Consumer Influence In Health System Innovation

Grants will increase consumer engagement to protect and improve innovative health care programs, particularly for low-income people

High Risk Pools Are a Costly, Ineffective Way to Deliver Care to People with Pre-Existing Conditions

Affordable Care Act’s guaranteed coverage, income-based tax credits and coverage mandate are the best way to guarantee coverage to people with pre-existing conditions.

Congressional Budget Office Analysis Reveals 24 Million Would Lose Coverage Under House GOP Plan

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to the Congressional Budget Office analysis of congressional Republicans’ American Health Care Act.

Media Advisory: Health Experts Host Teleconference on High-Risk Pools, A Staple of Republican Affordable Care Act Repeal Proposals

Fourth in a Seven-Part Series of Media Briefings to Detail Impacts of Republican ACA Repeal Proposals in Layman’s Terms.

House Republicans Advance a Health Care Bill that Would Have Working Families Pay More and Get Less to Finance Tax Breaks for the Wealthy

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to the votes today by the House Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce committees to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

GOP Health Care Bill Would Strip Coverage from Millions and Make Harmful Cuts to Medicaid

Statement of Robert Restuccia, executive director of Community Catalyst, in response to the Affordable Care Act repeal bill released tonight by Speaker Paul Ryan and House Republicans.

Major Health System Leaders Stress the Importance of Coverage to Protect Patients, Innovation at D.C. Event

The leaders of several prominent health systems gathered March 6 in the nation’s capital for “Too Much to Lose: Protecting Patients, Protecting Progress in Health Care,” a panel discussion on innovation made possible by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).