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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”).

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Presentation: HCFANY 2015 Policy Agenda

Posted January 20, 2015 by Amanda

Presentation from HCFANY’s 2015 Annual Winter Meeting on January 9, 2015. Presenters: Claudia Calhoon, Health Advocacy Senior Specialist, New York Immigration Coalition Amy Lowenstein, Senior Staff Attorney, Empire Justice Center Heidi Siegfried, Project Director, New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage

Press Release: The Affordable Care Act is working in New York, says new publication featuring stories from New Yorkers

Posted December 10, 2014 by Amanda

HCFANY’s press release announcing its report: The ACA is Working: New Yorkers Tell Their Stories. The booklet, released on December 10, 2014, shares personal stories from New Yorkers who enrolled in affordable, quality health coverage thanks to the ACA during the first Open Enrollment Period.

Report: The ACA is working: New Yorkers tell their stories

Posted December 10, 2014 by Amanda

This story booklet, produced by HCFANY and Community Service Society of New York, shares stories from everyday New Yorkers about how the ACA helped them enroll in quality, affordable health coverage. Also included are enrollment statistics and other facts about the success of the ACA in New York, particularly during the first Open Enrollment period […]

Issue Brief: The ACA is Working for New Yorkers

Posted October 16, 2014 by Amanda

The ACA is Working for New Yorkers: Highlights from the 2013-2014 Open Enrollment Period features key statistics and consumer stories that illustrate the success of the first open enrollment period under the ACA in New York State. The brief also includes recommendations for next steps for ensuring all New Yorkers have quality, affordable health insurance.