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2019 Spring Meeting

10:30am - 3:30pm| 1199 SEIU, 155 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12210

Join us in Albany for the 2019 Annual Spring Meeting! HCFANY Steering Committee members will provide an update on health care issues in the State legislature (you can read our policy agenda here), we’ll present the 2019 Health Care Consumer Champion Award, and we’ll hold breakouts for discussion and strategizing. Lunch will be provided. Register […]

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Single Payer: The New York Health Act

5:30pm - 8:00pm| Mount Sinai Union Square, 10 Union Square East, Auditorium (2nd Floor), New York, NY 10003

HCFANY Steering Committee member Elisabeth Benjamin will moderate this event on single payer in New York: “The New York Society for Health Planning is pleased to present an exciting session on single payer insurance with the Honorable Richard N. Gottfried, New York State Assembly Member and Chair, Assembly Committee on Health, and modereated by Ms. […]

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Annual Winter Meeting

10:00am - 3:30pm| SEIU 1199, 155 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York

Change is on the horizon in Albany and Washington! Join health advocates from around the state to discuss what to expect from the new NYS legislative leadership, HCFANY and other advocacy group’s 2019 priorities, and how you can help with the fight. An abbreviated agenda is below, download the full agenda here. Register here. Agenda 10:00 […]

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Albany Day of Action: Demand Health Coverage for All Immigrants

12:00am - 12:00am| Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY

On January 15th the Coverage for All Campaign and the End AIDS NY Coalition will convene a Day of Action in Albany to Demand Health Coverage for All Immigrants. Please join us. Currently, more than 400,000 immigrants in New York State do not have health care coverage due to immigration status and this is unacceptable! […]

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Webinar: Fair Indigent Care Funding

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Please join our coalition of consumer and labor advocates to learn what you can do to make sure that true safety net hospitals and patients receive their fair share of Indigent Care Pool funding. Cosponsors include Commission on the Public’s Health System, Community Service Society of New York, Empire Justice Center, Health Care For All […]

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