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Americans routinely cite healthcare costs among their highest concerns. These costs affect employers, patients, and families. The uncertainty of our confusing multi-payer system can be hard to navigate, and too often, patients face unexpected and unaffordable bills. While we often talk about “accessibility,” ultimately access is tied to cost and payment. Americans should all have access to high-quality health care. Reaching this goal requires reforms that address the hurdle of cost.
Costs & Accessiblity

Coalition Letter Opposed to Most Favored Nation Drug Pricing Final Rule

Carrie Lukas | Letters
Costs & Accessiblity

When The COVID-19 Vaccine Becomes Widely Available, One Should Take It

Julie Gunlock | On the Radio
Costs & Accessiblity

The COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Is Not Going As Planned in NY

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | TV
Costs & Accessiblity

What Happened To The Vaccine Roll-Out Strategy?

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | On the Radio
Costs & Accessiblity

Over 1 million people have been vaccinated in the US

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | TV
Costs & Accessiblity

Do Restrictions Help Limit The Spread Of COVID-19?

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | On the Radio
Costs & Accessiblity

How COVID-19 Is Impacting The Holidays

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | On the Radio
Costs & Accessiblity

Americans Could Be Vaccinated By The End Of The Year

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | TV
Costs & Accessiblity

Medical Shortages in the Age of COVID

Julie Gunlock & Angela Logomasini | She Thinks Podcast
Costs & Accessiblity

Why Is COVID-19 A Political Issue?

Dr. Qanta Ahmed | On the Radio
Costs & Accessiblity

What the Elections Results Could Mean for Veterans Health Care

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Two Truths And A Lie: California v. Texas (the Affordable Care Act Case)

Erin Hawley | Two Truths and a Lie

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