Federal Efforts, Research, Resources
Methods and Leading Practices for Advancing Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through Government
United States of Care recently submitted the following comments to the Office of Management and Budget’s Request for Information (RFI) on Methods and Leading Practices for Advancing Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through Government.
Federal Efforts, Press Release
United States of Care: Time to Create a More Dependable Health Care System After SCOTUS Upholds ACA
On June 17, 2021, Natalie Davis, co-Founder and Acting Executive Director of United States of Care, released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court ruling in the California v. Texas case that sought to invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act.
Federal Efforts, Resources
May 18 Virtual Event: Bringing the Perspectives of People to CMMI: Real World Models and Recommendations for the CMS Innovation Center
In this virtual event, USofCare Director of Policy, Federal Affairs & Partnerships, Andrew Schwab, leads our guests in a lively, smart, and targeted discussion about the future of health care innovation and the CMS Innovation Center.
Federal Efforts, News & Updates, Virtual Care
In the News: USofCare Lays Out Vision For Innovation Center To Achieve Equity
Federal Efforts, Health Care Costs
United States of Care Praises American Families Plan Inclusion of Health Insurance Affordability Measure
$200B in Affordable Care Act Subsidies Will Keep Health Care Affordable on ACA Marketplace
COVID-19, Federal Efforts, Virtual Care
Creating a Better Health Care System in the Wake of COVID-19: Models & Recommendations for People
COVID-19, Federal Efforts
Legislative Recommendations to Fight the Pandemic and Build a Health Care System That Works for People
Federal Efforts, News & Updates
USofCare Federal Transition Memo: Administrative & Legislative Health Policy Priorities for 2021 and Beyond
Federal Efforts, State Efforts, Virtual Care
Summary of Virtual Care Legislative Policy Areas Directly Impacting People’s Ability to Access Care