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Template: Comments on Centene Fidelis Sale

Posted May 22, 2018 by Amanda Dunker

This Word document can be used as a template for comments on the sale of Fidelis Care to the for-profit Centene. The  comments are due May 23, 2018 through email (fidelis.transaction@ag.ny.gov, subject line “In the Matter of Fidelis”).

Children, Youth & Families Resources

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.

Statement: HCFANY Statement in Support of Child Health Plus

Posted June 4, 2015 by carrie

Read our new statement of support for Senate Bill 4745/Assembly Bill 7155 HCFANY supports Senate Bill 4745/Assembly Bill 7155, which would change the law to set the Child Health Plus start date to the date of birth of the child or the date of application for coverage, if application takes place after birth.

Press Release: HCFANY praises reauthorization of Children’s Health Insurance Program funding, pledges to continued advocacy to protect the program beyond 2017

Posted April 15, 2015 by Amanda

On April 14, the Senate passed H.R. 2, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), a bi‐partisan legislative package originating in the House of Representatives that reauthorizes funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for two years, through 2017. HCFANY and other prominent health care advocates supported a four-year extension. Check out our response in […]