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Fair Hospital Funding

Posted March 15, 2019 by Amanda Dunker

New York should not spend precious resources rewarding hospitals that do not care for low-income New Yorkers. This flyer describes action the Senate and Assembly should take in the 2020 budget.

Testimony on the 2019-2020 Executive Budget

Posted February 12, 2019 by Amanda Dunker

HCFANY submitted the following testimony to the State Assembly Ways and Means Committee and the State Senate Finance Committee (view or download as a pdf here). Testimony on the Executive’s Proposed Health/Medicaid 2019-2020 Budget February 11, 2019 Health Care for All New York (HCFANY) would like to thank the chairs and members of the Assembly […]

2019 Policy Agenda

Posted December 19, 2018 by Amanda Dunker

This document describes HCFANY’s policy priorities for 2019. New York has succeeded in cutting the number of uninsured people in half since 2010. Despite this remarkable feat, there are still 1.1 million uninsured New Yorkers. HCFANY’s 2019 policy agenda seeks to set New York on a path towards universal coverage including short-term solutions that can […]

Health Insurance Enrollment Resources

HCFANY CELEBRATES NEW CENSUS DATA SHOWING HUGE DROP IN UNINSURED

Posted September 14, 2017 by Amanda Dunker

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 13, 2017 (Albany, NY) – The United States Census Bureau released updated data yesterday that demonstrate the ongoing success of the New York State of Health (NYSOH) and the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Leaders of Health Care For All New York (HCFANY) – a coalition of over 170 health care consumer advocacy organizations […]

HCFANY Comments on CMS Proposed Rule: PPACA; Market Stabilization

Posted March 7, 2017 by Taylor Frazier

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.