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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 […]

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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: Health Reform in NY–Q&A

Posted November 23, 2014 by Amanda

This Q&A document, designed for advocates, provides responses to some of the persistent myths about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), with important facts about how the ACA is working for New Yorkers.      

Issue Brief: A Consumer-Friendly Health Insurance Marketplace

Posted January 22, 2014 by Amanda

The NY State of Health Marketplace offers new, more affordable health insurance options. HCFANY is advocating to make sure that the Marketplace is easy-to-use, accessible, and inclusive. Find out more in our 2014 policy brief on the subject.