The Health Care for America Now Education Fund (HCANEF) is a non-partisan public education campaign to help people from all walks of life understand how health care policies and laws impact their lives. At HCANEF, we provide information and support to grassroots groups, patient advocates, lawmakers, and others about Medicare, Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and reproductive health issues. We help connect the dots between healthcare, economic security, the social and environmental determinants of health in order to bring together constituents and improve our health system by increasing access, limiting profit and addressing disparities.
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Medicaid and Medicare Turn 58 as Big Pharma Fights Against Critical Reforms to Lower Prescription Drug Costs
WASHINGTON -- Ahead of the 58th anniversary of the Medicare and Medicaid programs on July 30, Health Care for America Now Education Fund Executive Director Margarida Jorge released the following statement on the continued benefits of these critical programs and the...
Thirteen Years After Being Signed Into Law, the ACA is Covering More People Than Ever But More Action is Needed to Finish the Job of Affordable Coverage for All
On March 23, 2010, after years of advocacy from groups like HCAN that mobilized thousands of people to demand action, President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. Marcelas Owens, an HCAN activist from Washington state who lost his 27-year old...
The Womxn Project, is a grassroots art and activism organization that was founded around a kitchen table in 2017 to fight for abortion rights and reproductive health care. It’s now a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to building a strong movement that...
Medicare Advantage Plans are Scamming Patients and Taxpayers While Racking Up Huge Profits for Insurers
Medicare Advantage plans are private insurance plans in Medicare that have become increasingly popular for enrollees largely due to aggressive marketing. Currently, about half the Medicare population–30 million people–are covered by private Medicare Advantage plans,...
In his second State of the Union Address, President Biden outlined the accomplishments of the last two years and called on Congress to “finish the job,” demonstrating his continued commitment to increasing access to affordable health care, stopping corporate...