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Letter: New York Coalition Against the American Health Care Act

Posted May 26, 2017 by Amanda Dunker

This letter, sent to New York’s Congressional Delegation from 31 different healthcare stakeholders, describes the damage the American Health Care Act and the President’s proposed budget would cause for New Yorkers.

Press Release: HCFANY Condemns House Vote in Favor of American Health Care Act

Posted May 4, 2017 by Taylor Frazier

Albany, NY – Health Care for All New York (HCFANY), a statewide coalition of over 170 consumer advocacy organizations, expressed great dismay at the passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA). Despite unprecedented opposition from constituents, House Republicans voted to take health care away from 2.7 million New Yorkers, abandon Americans with pre-existing conditions […]

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Fact Sheet: What Does Health Systems Transformation Mean for Children?

Posted May 9, 2016 by Amanda Dunker

HCFANY is monitoring health systems transformation in New York State and looking for ways to help advocates engage. This fact sheet was developed for HCFANY by the Children’s Defense Fund – New York and describes some of the opportunities presented for children’s health by systems transformation, and some of the challenges that advocates should watch […]

Webinar: Children and Payment and Delivery System Reform in New York

Posted December 29, 2015 by Hannah Lupien

On Friday, December 18th at 11am, the Children’s Defense Fund – New York, through its work with the Children, Youth and Families Task Force of Health Care for All New York, hosted a webinar on payment and delivery system reforms in New York State. The 1-hour webinar provided a brief overview of some of the […]

Press release: New York Achieves Big Decline in Number of Uninsured Children

Posted October 30, 2015 by Hannah Lupien

The number of New York children without health insurance fell by about 19.5% the first year the Affordable Care Act went into effect, according to a new report by Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families.