ITUP connected with health care leaders in San Diego on Wednesday, September 6 at the beautiful Alliance Healthcare Foundation offices. ITUP staff shared updates on the federal health reform and immigration policy, and heard from local stakeholders on emerging trends and challenges in the San Diego region. Workgroup findings inform […] more
Thank you to all the attendees, speakers, and staff who made the Insure the Uninsured Project 21st Annual Conference such a successful event! Great speakers informed, inspired, and challenged attendees to evaluate diverse perspectives.
All conference materials, including slides and session notes, are now available to the public. more
Under the provisions of H.R. 1628, as amended in the U.S. Senate and co-sponsored by Senators Graham, Cassidy, Heller and Johnson (Graham-Cassidy), California would experience unprecedented cuts in federal funding for health care and dramatic increases in the number of uninsured Californians. Download the Fact Sheet here. more
California benefited more than most states from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) because California fully embraced the ACA opportunities to expand coverage and streamline enrollment and retention processes. This also means that California has the most at stake in federal efforts to repeal or rollback the ACA coverage expansions. In […] more
The Number of Uninsured in California Could Reach 10 million by 2027 Under the latest Republican ACA “repeal and replace” bill, 6.7 million Californians could lose coverage and California could lose in one year an amount in federal funding equivalent to more than one-third of all General Fund spending in […] more
The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions held two hearings last week on stabilizing premiums and strengthening the individual insurance market for 2018. Several Governors and State Insurance Commissioners testified on market stabilization proposals they believed would strengthen the individual market in the short-term. The testimony exhibited […] more