Statement by National Coalition on Health Care President and CEO John Rother on the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson (GCHJ) ACA repeal proposal in light of yesterday’s analysis by the independent, nonpartisan research firm Avalere
NCHC commends Energy and Commerce and the Ways and Means Committees for advancing bipartisan Medicare chronic care bills yesterday. These constructive home-based primary care and telehealth bills are examples of the innovative care strategies that we will need to improve the affordability and efficiency across our health care system.
Statement by John Rother, President and CEO of the National Coalition on Health Care, following House and Senate passage of legislation raising the debt ceiling, funding discretionary federal programs, and funding natural disaster relief “With the debt ceiling deal, Congress may have averted major disruption to financial markets, but it must still act this month to […]
In a letter sent to Congressional leaders on Tuesday, September 5, the National Coalition on Health Care called for common-sense, bipartisan solutions to address the looming cuts and deadlines impacting non-group insurance, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), primary care, and Medicare benefits and services.
On Wednesday morning, NCHC sent a letter to all senators urging their opposition to forthcoming skinny repeal proposals, related amendments, and final passage of HR 1628.