Kellan Baker shows how the Affordable Care Act is making a difference for LGBT Americans.
Video Dr. Alice Chen of Doctors for America, a Center for American Progress partner organization, explains that the new health reform law ends the practice of insurance companies denying coverage because of a pre-existing condition.
Ian Millhiser debunks the attorney’s claims that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.
Dr. Berwick will join CAP’s team of leading policy experts who played vital roles in crafting the Affordable Care Act.
Issue Brief Instead of reducing health care costs, the House Republican budget would shift costs to seniors, health care providers, businesses, and states, writes Topher Spiro.
Interactive Lindsay Rosenthal and Jessica Arons test your knowledge about what health reform is doing to help women and their families get the health care they need.
Interactive Map from Emily Oshima lets you see how the Affordable Care Act has improved health care in your neck of the woods.
Emily Oshima details the many successes of the Affordable Care Act to date.
Ian Millhiser reviews the disastrous consequences of states that enacted pre-existing conditions laws without a requirement that individuals purchase insurance.
Ian Millhiser explains why the case against the Affordable Care Act won’t hold up before the Supreme Court.
Issue Brief Topher Spiro explains how the Independent Payment Advisory Board created by the Affordable Care Act makes premium support plans that shift costs to beneficiaries unnecessary.
The Center for American Progress presents the top 10 recent policy moves making life better for all Americans.
Kellan Baker on how data collection can help LGBT health care providers better address health disparities.
Report If we want to solve longstanding problems in the health care system but continue rely on private insurance the most effective solution is an individual mandate, write Neera Tanden and Topher Spiro.