Today, in 2016, nearly nine out of ten Americans are covered by health insurance.
In 2010, when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, there were 50 million uninsured Americans.
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Governor Cuomo and the New York State legislature are making free screenings more widely available for women around New York State. HEP is teaming up with partner organizations to organize health fairs and screening events around this initiative.
Open enrollment for New York State of Health begins on November 1, 2015. Building on the previous summits, stakeholders and community leaders will gather at eight regional summits around the state to coordinate plans for outreach and open enrollment.
HEP strongly advocated for Congressional reauthorization of The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), set to expire in September 2015.
HEP organizes community events to inform the public about sugary drinks, obesity, and diabetes, the fastest growing chronic disease, affecting one out of 12 adult New Yorkers.
HEP and 1199SEIU members met with their New York State Congressional representatives to ask them to reject healthcare cuts in the budget and release the full amount of funding for Ebola treatment centers.