Public Option, State Efforts
Advancing Equity Through Public Options: How Colorado is Designing Culturally Responsive Networks
In states across the country, the 2021 legislative session turned out to be pivotal for innovative health policy. We’ve written…
USofCare Highlights Releases Latest Research on Parents’ Views on Vaccinating their Children
United States of Care (USofCare) released a memo highlighting some of the latest research from its partners in the Vaccine Hesitancy Research Consortium on parents and their views on vaccinating their children.
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…
USofCare Presents Equity Considerations for Virtual Care at the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s 2021 Quality Innovation Series
By: Venice Haynes, Jen DeYoung, Mina Yuan, Abner Mason, Omar Ibarra On August 9, 2021, Dr. Venice Haynes and Jen…
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.
News & Updates, Public Option
The Public Option Finds An Uncommon Ally In Medicaid In Nevada
United States of Care and some of our partners recently penned a piece in Health Affairs provides an overview of the policy behind Nevada’s new public option.
News & Updates, Press Release
United States of Care Co-Founder Natalie Davis Named Chief Executive Officer
Today, United States of Care announced its first Chief Executive Officer, Natalie Davis. Natalie Davis has worked for nearly two decades to shape and implement American health care policies to improve the lives of all people.
USofCare Offers Congress Lessons Learned and Policy Recommendations for Federal Public Option Legislation
Washington, DC — On July 30, 2021, United States of Care submitted to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce…
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The Public Option Finds An Uncommon Ally In Medicaid In NevadaAugust 26, 2021
Natalie Davis is the new CEO of United States of CareAugust 18, 2021
As Congress Cools Its Public Option Ambitions, a Proxy Fight Is Playing Out in the StatesJuly 6, 2021
Biden HHS Can Act Alone to Push Campaign Bid to Shrink UninsuredJune 27, 2021
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