Research, Resources, Virtual Care
Barriers Providers Face in Providing Equitable Virtual Care to Patients
At USofCare, we recognize the urgency with which a virtual care system of the future that focuses on people’s needs and removes barriers to equitable access needs to be built. As we continue to work toward a virtual care system that closes gaps in access for all people, this brief spotlights the unique challenges and experiences of providers–with a particular eye toward safety net providers–in providing equitable virtual care to patients.
Federal Efforts, Health Care Costs, News & Updates, Research, State Efforts
United Solutions for Care: Progress and Opportunities
United States of Care is building a better future for the health care system. We champion fair and commonsense policy…
National Survey and ReMesh Findings
Research, Virtual Care
USofCare Discussion: Equity In Virtual Care
Last month, USofCare joined the National Committee for Quality Assurance to present our research on barriers to virtual care access…
Press Release, Research
United States of Care Releases New Polling on People’s Priorities for Health Care
United States of Care (USofCare) released public opinion research that found cost remains the top health care concern for Americans. Seven-in-ten voters — spanning the ideological, geographic and demographic spectrum — selected cost as the single biggest issue facing the health care system today.
News & Updates, Public Option, Research
State Public Health Insurance Options: A Comparison
Access to health care is a necessary component of keeping our nation healthy, and people see health care as a top priority for elected officials. View USofCare’s comparisons of state public health insurance options.
Recent focus groups demonstrate the low bar of being satisfied with health insurance
USofCare recently undertook a series of focus groups as the next phase of our research to learn more about people’s needs and their perceptions of the health care system.
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.
What We Learned At Our Inaugural Leadership Council Retreat
In April, we convened a group of our Leadership Councilmembers to think through smart, people-centered policy changes for the future of our health care system. This report includes the ideas, feedback, and key elements from those discussions.