United States of Care's co-headquarters state, Minnesota, has long been a national leader in bipartisan health care policy solutions. Because of this, the state boasts one of the highest rates of insurance coverage in the nation, with 94% of Minnesotans having coverage, 3% above the national average.
Despite its enhanced levels of health care coverage, Minnesota faces important policy issues in the immediate, short-term and long-term future. US of Care is pleased to announce its Minnesota Health Care Policy Resource Guide, which will serve as a resource for current and potential policymakers to familiarize themselves with the evolving health care landscape in the state.
United States of Care has spent the last six months listening and learning from health care leaders in states across the country. The team has visited four states and held conversations with more than 20. Momentum for meaningful action to address health care challenges continues to build at the state level, and United States of Care is working to identify and fill gaps to help states make progress.
State Policy Activity and Opportunities -- Based on our outreach and on the ground learning, we believe state activity will be focused in the following areas:
On behalf of the United States of Care, Hart Research Associates and Public Opinion Strategies conducted an online survey among 501 informed and engaged voters nationwide.