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Comments Against Proposed Gag Rule

Posted July 31, 2018 by Amanda Dunker

These comments were submitted on July 31, 2018 in opposition to changes proposed by the Trump Administration to the Title X Family Planning Program. Title X provides vital sexual and reproductive health services to people across the country, including family planning services, cancer screenings, and wellness exams. The proposed rule would restrict information that medical […]

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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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.

Comments: HCFANY Comments to New York State Health Benefits Exchange on Developing a Quality and Satisfaction Rating Proposal

Posted September 28, 2012 by Amanda

HCFANY comments on the State’s proposal for developing a quality and satisfaction rating for the New York State Health Benefit Exchange. HCFANY highlights four issues that we believe are of concern to New York’s health care consumers and small businesses: 1. Quality Information Should be Widely Disseminated to Consumers 2. Additional Domains and/or Measures Should be […]

Comments: HCFANY Comments to the NYS Exchaneg on the Essential Health Benefit Benchmark Plan Option

Posted August 6, 2012 by Amanda

HCFANY submits these comments on New York’s selection of an Essential Health Benefits (EHB) benchmark plan for use in the individual and small group insurance markets. The EHB decision is thus critically important for New York’s individuals, families, and small businesses, who are desperately in need of affordable, comprehensive insurance coverage. It is especially important […]