This testimony was submitted on February 25, 2021. Download a pdf below. Health Care for All New York (HCFANY) would like to thank the chairs and members of the Assembly Ways and Means and the Senate Finance Committees for providing the public an opportunity to provide our comments on the state budget. HCFANY is […]
Coverage Half of New Yorkers say that they cannot afford medical care even with insurance and another 5 percent of New Yorkers, 1 million people, have no coverage at all. New York should enact the New York Health Act (S3577a/A5248a) to cover everyone. RIGHT NOW: Pass S2549/A1585 to ensure that immigrants affected by COVID-19 have […]
Download the slides below. Listen to a recording here. Join Medicaid Matters, Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Association of New York State, Health Care for All NY, Coverage4All, and the Campaign for NY Health for an overview of the 2021 Executive Budget Proposal and its implications for healthcare in NYS. In 2019, our coalitions convened to […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]