News & Updates
USofCare Applauds Passage of Medicaid Expansion Ballot Initiatives
USofCare released the following statements following the passage of Medicaid expansion initiatives that were on the ballot.
Mental Health, News & Updates
Duluth News Tribune – Tough days for those in pain – Minnesota must improve its mental health parity
Access to mental health services is elusive for many, and deaths from drug and alcohol misuse and suicide have skyrocketed.
News & Updates, State Efforts
In These Four Red States, Health Care is on the Ballot
Polling has consistently shown health care, and health care affordability, to be a top concern of voters heading towards Election Day.
Health Care Costs, News & Updates
TIME: Forget ‘Repeal and Replace’ The One Issue Unifying Americans is Affordable Health Care
Perhaps the best chance to address voters’ demands for solutions to the health care problem is coming at the state level.
USofCare and Penn’s Leonard Davis Institute Release Affordability Brief
USofCare and the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics released the first in a series of briefs.
Health Care Costs
Health Care Affordability: The View from the Kitchen Table
A new brief released today with our research partner Penn LDI discusses different ways to define health care affordability.
Health Care Costs, Resources
What is “Affordable” Health Care?
This brief considers affordability as an economic concept, as a kitchen-table budget issue for individuals and families, and as a threshold in current policy.
Health Care Costs, Resources, State Efforts
Prescription Drug Prices: Problems, Solutions, and What States Can Do
This brief identifies drivers of rising prescription drug costs and reviews ways that states can address them.
Resources, State Efforts
States Are Ready to Act
United States of Care has been listening and learning from the health care leaders who are advancing these initiatives.