Last Friday, a Federal District Court in Texas issued a decision declaring the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in its entirety unconstitutional. The judge’s reasoning has “Justice in Aging Statement on Affordable Care Act Decision in Texas”
Aging advocates working to promote health equity got some good news and extensive summer reading last week. After much anticipation, the U.S. Department of Health “New Regulation Prohibits Discrimination in Health Care: Key Highlights for Aging Advocates”
With the 2016 elections quickly approaching and Congressional leadership proposing FY2016 budgets, let’s check in on how rhetoric in support of our seniors is living up to its promise in the recent Congressional budget resolutions.
Dual Eligibles in a number of California counties who are currently enrolled in either Medicare Advantage Plans or certain Duals Special Needs Plans (D-SNPS) may “County Specific D-SNP Fact Sheets for Advocates”
To us at Justice in Aging, there’s nothing controversial about affordable, accessible health care for all people as we age. Five years ago today—on March “Better Today, Thanks to the ACA”
November 2013 –The Affordable Care Act (ACA) will afford millions of uninsured individuals with healthcare coverage through the expansion of Medicaid and the creation of “ISSUE BRIEF: Medicaid Expansion and Transition Issues for California Seniors and Persons with Disabilities”