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.
Federal Efforts, News & Updates
USofCare Responds to Federal Request for Information on How to Strengthen to Primary Health Care
On August 1, 2022, USofCare submitted the below comments to the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of…
Federal Efforts, News & Updates
United States of Care statement on the Monkeypox virus designation as a federal public health emergency
Washington, D.C. — Today, United States of Care CEO and co-founder Natalie Davis issued the following statement in response to…
News & Updates, Public Option, State Efforts
The Colorado Option Advances Equitable Access to Health Care Through Implementation of Culturally Responsive Provider Networks
Colorado has been hard at work gearing up for its official launch of the Colorado Option in January 2023. United…
Federal Efforts, News & Updates, Press Release
United States of Care Statement: Biden Administration Centers Health Equity in Proposed Rule to Strengthen Protections against Discrimination Under Affordable Care Act
United States of Care CEO and co-founder Natalie Davis issued the following statement following Monday’s publication of a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Section 1557 Nondiscrimination in Health Care under of the Affordable Care Act.
Dependable Coverage, Health Care Costs, State Efforts
July 27 Virtual Event: “What the public health emergency unwinding means for people enrolled in Medicaid”
On Wednesday, July 27, USofCare and Softheon presented “What the public health emergency (PHE) unwinding means for people enrolled in Medicaid” with expert hosts and panelists.
Health Care Costs, News & Updates, State Efforts
United States of Care Urges Federal Approval of Washington’s 1332 Waiver Application to Support Continued Affordability Initiatives
On July 14, 2022, United States of Care submitted the below comments to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in support of Washington’s 1332 Waiver Application as a promising opportunity to improve health coverage and health equity for all Washingtonians.
Health Care Costs, News & Updates, Oregon, Public Option, State Efforts
United States of Care Provides Comment to Oregon Policymakers on the Market Impacts and Plan Design of the Bridge Plan
On July 12th, USofCare provided written public comment for a meeting of the Bridge Plan Task Force created under HB 4035 that is tasked with designing the plan — including assessing the market impacts, and the plan’s benefits, costs, and reimbursement rates.
News & Updates, Press Release
United States of Care Announces Hire Of Kevin Perez-Allen as Organization’s Inaugural Chief Communications Officer
Today, United States of Care announced the hiring of Kevin Perez-Allen as Chief Communications Officer, the first in the organization’s nearly five-year history. He will head the organization’s communications strategy and continue to expand USofCare’s leadership across health care.
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