Health Care Costs, News & Updates, Public Option, State Efforts
USofCare Overview of Nevada’s Recent and Promising Public Option Actuarial Analysis
In June 2021, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed into law legislation making Nevada the second state to establish a public…
Listening to Informal Caregivers: Outstanding Challenges and Needs
Background At United States of Care, it is our mission to ensure that everyone has access to health care that…
News & Updates, Research, Resources
Maternal and Child Health Medicaid Policy Landscape & State Trends
In the United States, maternal deaths and pregnancy-related complications occur at shocking rates. The number of maternal deaths each year…
Federal Efforts, News & Updates
United States of Care Submits Comments in Response to the Release of the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule
On September 6, 2022, the United States of Care submitted the following comments in response to the release of the…
Health Care Costs, News & Updates, Oregon, Public Option, State Efforts
USofCare and OSPIRG Collaborate to Summarize Oregon’s Bridge Plan Task Force Preliminary Recommendations
In the below brief, USofCare and OSPIRG summarize the Task Force’s preliminary recommendations for implementation of the Bridge Plan.
Dependable Coverage, Health Care Costs
“Growing” a new way to pay for care
Leaders from across the health care ecosystem — including people representing hospitals and health systems, health tech, insurers, and voices of real life, brought their minds, experience, passions, and determination — so that together we can start to build a health care system that works better for everyone. We focused our time together on figuring out better ways to pay for care. That’s because better care can result from better payment systems.
United States of Care Statement: District Court Decision in Braidwood Management v. Becerra
Washington, D.C. — United States of Care CEO and co-founder Natalie Davis released the following statement in response to yesterday’s…
Health Care Costs, News & Updates, Oregon, Public Option, Resources, State Efforts
USofCare Highlights Innovative Opportunities for States to Use 1332 Waivers to Promote Affordability
As an organization dedicated to a more affordable, accessible, and equitable health care system, United States of Care closely monitors state efforts to pursue innovative policy actions to promote affordability.
Dependable Coverage, Federal Efforts, Health Care Costs, News & Updates, Press Release
United States of Care Applauds Full Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act
Today, United States of Care celebrated the House of Representatives’ passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. The bill, which is now headed to the President’s desk, will ease the burden of health care costs for millions of people and provide them security in their coverage for years to come.
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Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott awards more than $48M to six Minnesota nonprofitsMarch 24, 2022
Other States Keep Watchful Eye on Snags in Washington’s Pioneering Public-Option PlanFebruary 23, 2022
CMMI taking hard look at Medicare Advantage coding practices and impact on payment modelsJanuary 20, 2022
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Shorter-term policies could help Nevada’s uninsured rate as public option remains a distant realitySeptember 30, 2021
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