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Children, Youth and Families Spring Meeting

10:30am - 2:30pm| Westminster Presbyterian Church Hall, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY

Swing into spring with HCFANY! Register today for the Spring Meeting of the Children, Youth & Families Task Force. On Wednesday, May 28, we’ll gather in Albany to hear policy updates and identify ongoing priorities for children’s health coverage in our state. Join us for a special chance to hear insights from New York funders about children’s health priorities […]

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A #WellnessWed for New Yorkers: Twitter chat on Basic Health Program

2:00pm - 3:00pm| Meet on Twitter at the #WellnessWed hashtag

HCFANY joins Congressman Charles Rangel and MomsRising for a twitter chat on healthcare options for New Yorkers. HCFANY will be sharing information about the Basic Health Program, a more affordable public health insurance option for lower-income New Yorkers who don’t qualify for Medicaid. We’ll be meeting at the #WellnessWed hashtag on Wednesday, April 23, at […]

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HCFANY 2014 Legislative Priorities Update Webinar: Learn and Take Action

1:00pm - 2:00pm| Online

The Basic Health Program (BHP) and Out-of-Network protections for consumers are in Governor Cuomo’s 2014-2015 Executive Budget! Now, how will we work collectively to keep them there? Join us to hear background and updates about these and other 2014 priorities. Learn how you and your organization can take action on these issues in the coming […]

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2014 HCFANY Annual Meeting

11:00am - 3:30pm| Westminster Presbyterian Church Hall, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY

Join us on Thursday, January 9th in Albany to celebrate our successes over the past year and strategize how, together, we can work with New York State to improve the NY State of Health Marketplace and advance other policies and programs to achieve our long-term goal of quality, affordable health care for all New Yorkers. […]

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