HAP's Latest News

February 18, 2021

Report Evaluates Future of Value-Based Care

A new report from the University of Pennsylvania reviewed a decade-long effort to transform health care, while offering a roadmap for the future that pays “for value and reduced health disparities, rather than high volumes of services.

November 05, 2020

National Issues that Brought Voters to the Polls

Americans voted in record numbers for this week’s election, with more than one hundred million early votes ahead of the election, and 35 million Americans going to the polls to vote in person. What issues incited such a large turnout among voters this year? 

November 02, 2020

Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on ACA

On November 10, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a legal suit seeking to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including protections for pre-existing medical conditions, no out-of-pocket costs for certain preventative screenings, and the ability for students to be covered under their parent’s health plan until 26.

October 02, 2020

HAP Statement Regarding Governor Wolf's Health Care Plan

During a press conference on October 2, Governor Wolf signed an Executive Order to address health care affordability, access, and equity. HAP president and CEO Andy Carter released the following statement.

August 27, 2020

Americans of Color: More COVID-19 Infections, Hospitalizations, Deaths

Across the U.S., as the COVID-19 pandemic increases the health concerns and economic struggles of many American families, new studies continue to magnify the fact that certain Americans are being disproportionately affected by the pandemic’s devastation. Americans of color—Black, American Indian, Alaska Native Americans, and Latinx—are facing more COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations, and deaths than White Americans.

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