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United States of Care is working to ensure that every single American has access to quality, affordable health care regardless of health status, social need, or income. As a team of experts with over 30 years combined experience in health care policy, crisis management, and emergency response, we are leading the charge to ensure that a comprehensive set of effective policy solutions to address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are being considered at all levels of government. These solutions aim to center people over partisan politics and meet the demand for cross-sector rapid outcomes that reflect people’s needs.

What you will find in the hub
Our Rapid Response Hub provides dynamic, real-time resources for federal and state leaders responding to the pandemic. Resources are being updated as the public health and economic crisis unfolds.

Our team of experts are available immediately to provide you with the following technical assistance and support:

  • Direct support to policymakers, including policy review, research, best practices to be scaled to others states
  • Connect directly and gain insights from leading experts from our one-of-a-kind Founder’s Council, Entrepreneurs Council, Voices of Real Life experts, and other state, federal, and advocacy partners
  • Policy recommendations and response checklists for Federal and State policymakers
  • Curated resources for policymakers to enhance response and rapid decision making

Contact us today if you need policy support, insight to people-centered approaches or if there are topic areas you believe we can add value.

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Check out the latest resources, news and more on COVID-19

Select a category below to find the resources that apply to you.

Helpful Links & Resources

The COVID Tracking Project

Stay Home, Save Lives

U.S. Digital Response for COVID-19

Occupational Health and Safety Administration: Guidance on Preparing the Workplace for COVID-19

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Keeping Workplaces, Schools, Homes and Commercial Spaces Safe

Red Cross: Coronavirus Safety Tips for You

Resources for Providers and Allied Health Professionals: Project N95

FSMB: State Approaches to Waiving Scope of Practice and Licensure Requirements

Trusted Sources for Non-Health Care Professionals: While at Home

How We're Addressing the Pandemic

First, our thoughts and well-wishes go out to all who are impacted by the pandemic- directly or otherwise. These are scary and challenging times; please know that we are with you and we will get through this moment together.

We are closely monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and state health departments. Responding to that information, we have closed our offices in Washington, DC and Minneapolis, MN, and our team is working remotely for the foreseeable future.

Our work will continue.

USofCare’s mission to ensure that every single American has access to quality, affordable health care regardless of health status, social need, or income has never been more important. However, our business as usual will change.

We will shift our resources to provide immediate support for state and federal government and public response needs, leveraging our expertise, capacity, network, and resources to support effective responses to the pandemic.

We will structure this work around several core areas, with more to be determined as circumstances dictate:

  • Creating and scaling smart solutions. Creating policy menus and ideas for consideration at state, federal, and institutional levels. Sharing best practices, policies, messaging, and innovative approaches to scale quickly to other areas.
  • Connecter. Bring people and solutions together to tackle hard problems. “Matchmaking” between supply (of expertise, models, or literal operational supplies) and demand (requests/needs from states, feds, stakeholders.)
  • Amplify. Amplify and communicate public health needs/ directives to political and business leaders, and the public at large.

We will continue to monitor the situation, adjust our operations as needed, and keep you informed of any developments.

And we will overcome this. Together.

If you are a state or federal agency looking for support and resources please contact us today.