Posts for Health Equity

The ACA Has Boosted Oral Health Access, Now Let’s Keep the Progress Going

As we celebrate the 12th anniversary of the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), it’s worth reflecting on the ways in which this landmark law has advanced oral health equity and the ways in which we can build on this progress moving forward.

Outreach, Enrollment and the Affordable Care Act

Enrollment numbers can be severely impacted if a presidential administration is not supportive of expanding coverage.

The Affordable Care Act is Crucial to Women’s Health

For more than a decade, the ACA has helped to improve the quality of and access to health care for millions of women across the country.

Addressing Access to Care in Immigrant Communities

Immigrant communities face significant challenges in a vital area: accessing health care.

How Hoosier Action is Organizing to Prepare for the End of the Public Health Emergency

This blog details several of Hoosier Action’s strategies to pressure Indiana to develop comprehensive, equitable plans for addressing the end of the public health emergency.

Roe v. Wade Anniversary: Access to Abortion Crucial for Vulnerable Communities

Saturday marks the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that protects the right to legal abortion in the U.S

Planning for the End of the Public Health Emergency: Massachusetts Invests in Community Outreach

As we individually reflect and reevaluate at the turn of the year, so too must states in regard to their plans for unwinding the COVID-19 public health emergency and corresponding Medicaid protections.

Communities must be at the center of oral health policy solutions

“Tooth Tuesday” is a series of learning calls with state and community-based advocates to discuss how the oral health care system can be improved by ensuring that people closest to the problems have a voice in developing the solutions.

The Time is Now to Help Medicaid Enrollees Prepare for the End of the Public Health Emergency

Planning for the end of the public health emergency and what it means for people in their states.
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