Federal and state policymakers must act to lower health insurance churn rates, improve continuity of care, and limit coverage gaps.
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The United States’ maternal health crisis demands federal and state action to improve coverage, the delivery of care, and pregnancy outcomes. The cost of inaction will almost certainly be dire.
The United States urgently needs a comprehensive paid family and medical leave program that will boost the health and economic well-being of American workers and families.
The pandemic has strained small, independent providers in areas already suffering from care shortages.
After the arrival of vaccines, the United States still needs a unified public health campaign centered on harm reduction and empowerment.
With COVID-19 vaccines in sight, it is more important than ever that Congress address upcoming expiration dates from crucial CARES Act provisions.
Although opposed by some firms in the health care industry, a public option would bring down families' health care costs and improve the quality of coverage—even for people who remain in private insurance.
The pandemic has ravaged many rural communities, and the repeal of the Affordable Care Act would only further these harms.
Low-income residents in nonexpansion states face limited options for health coverage.
President Trump’s embrace of a herd immunity strategy, push to repeal the ACA, and broken health care promises put seniors’ health at risk.
Health officials have also linked his political events to more than two dozen individual cases.
Surging mental health needs during a pandemic have laid bare existing inequities and privacy concerns.
The Trump administration’s approach to coronavirus safety is a textbook example of what not to do.
New nationally representative data reveal significant gains for LGBTQ people under the Affordable Care Act.
President Trump’s recent executive order is nothing but a distraction from his record of inaction on lowering drug prices.