Posted October, 1 2008 by arianne
On November 17, 2008, the New York State Health Foundation (“NYSHF”) is hosting a conference: “Reforming New York’s Individual Insurance Market.” Advocates, consumers, insurers, policymakers, researchers, and providers are encouraged to attend. For more information and registration details, please see: New York State Health Foundation conference.
Posted September, 30 2008 by arianne
Tune in tonight to watch a documentary that should be required viewing for anyone interested in the health care debate. “Critical Condition” is a film that follows four average Americans suffering from a variety of ailments and struggling to get by without health insurance. The documentary will air tonight at 9pm on PBS. For more information, […]
Posted September, 25 2008 by arianne
Job-based family premiums rose to an average of $12, 680 per year, according to a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research Education Trust. The jump represents a 5% increase for workers this year, and more than double of what they paid nine years ago. Premiums are once again outpacing wages. Small […]
Posted September, 11 2008 by arianne
HCFANY-member Children’s Defense Fund (“CDF”) released an analysis of the recent census data that shows no reduction in the number of uninsured children in New York. CDF’s analysis found that 410,000 New York children are uninsured: CDF’s Analysis September 11 This month, the State has expanded it’s Child Health Plus program to all children for […]