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Webinar: FY21 Budget Briefing for Health Justice Advocates

Posted February 13, 2020 by Amanda Dunker

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 […]

Press Release: New York’s Uninsured Rate Drops, Despite Increases in Most Other States

Posted September 11, 2019 by Amanda Dunker

Albany, NY – Health Care for All New York is delighted to announce that more New Yorkers have health insurance than ever before – and that New York was one of only three states where more people have health insurance this year than last. “While the rest of the country is experiencing declines in coverage, New […]

Health Policy Resources

Press Release: Advocates urge state leaders to keep moving forward on providing health coverage to all New Yorkers

Posted March 26, 2015 by Amanda

HCFANY urged the Legislature and the Governor to continue to build a strong health insurance system and to take steps to expand the affordability of health coverage in the final 2015‐16 budget agreement. See our full press release in response to the Senate and House one-house bills here.

Comments: HCFANY Comments on the NY State of Health’s 2016 Plan Invitation

Posted March 16, 2015 by Amanda

The NY State of Health is preparing to release the 2016 plan invitation for participating plans on the Marketplace. In light of this, HCFANY would like to offer recommendations for the State to address the following in their plan procurement process: network adequacy, out-of-network coverage requirements, disclosure standards relating to plan networks, additional consumer protections, a […]

Letter: HCFANY letter on expansion of NY small group market to 100

Posted February 22, 2015 by Amanda

We write to urge New York State to maintain its current course to expand the small group market to include groups with members between 50 and 100 and retain the State’s current prohibition on stop-loss coverage for the small group market. We understand that the State is considering a proposal that would permit group health plans in the […]