The Crisis in Puerto Rico has swelled beyond our normal human understanding. While the situation is improving, we know there’s still plenty to do. We’ve teamed up with the Gray Panthers of Metro Detroit to encourage action! Here’s how you can help your fellow citizens in need:
Open Enrollment runs from Nov 1 through Dec 15, 2017! If you delay, you may not get covered! CMS certified navigators and CACs located in every county who are trained to assist consumers from the initial application process to helping consumers identify all of their enrollment options. For a complete list: enrollmichigan.org TO CONTACT AContinue reading Don’t Delay! Get Going & Go Get Covered!
Many people think a single payer health care system is a concept that comes straight from the most liberal thinkers, but in reality, it is comprised of conservative, Independent and liberal aspects. The most basic component of single payer health care that attracts conservatives is the economic aspect of the plan. Single Payer is muchContinue reading Why Would Single Payer be Attractive to a Conservative?
We recently wrote a open letter to Congress about the back and forth debates over healthcare. Here’s what we had to say about Single-Payer:Continue reading Director’s Desk: YOU Make Change Happen!
We’ve Got to Get Organized! Join Us in the Fight for Single-Payer Healthcare!Continue reading Michigan for Single Payer Organizing Training
An opinion piece by Jeff Barrus: …Since my diagnosis, my greatest fear has been losing my insurance. Under the old system, before the passage of the Affordable Care Act, or ‘Obamacare,’ the law held that insurers could not deny you coverage based on a pre-existing condition if you went without health insurance for less thanContinue reading OPINION: Donald Trump and the GOP Want Me to Lose My Health Insurance
From the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services: “Since 2010, Michiganders have saved an average of $2,600 from slower growth in employer premiums…”
As elected officials debate how to handle the most recent public health crisis in Detroit with water shut offs, MICHUHCAN, a non-profit education and advocacy organization on health issues, strongly urges these officials to step back from the usual, short term “band-aid” approaches and look to developing water policies that reflect the actual capacities ofContinue reading Water Policy is Health Policy in Detroit
Healthy Michigan, Michigan’s Medicaid expansion plan that began in 2014, has made a real difference in the lives of many patients, according to a University of Michigan survey of 2,100 primary-care providers. “It’s provided access to many people who lacked medical coverage for years,” said Dr. John Ayanian, director of U-M’s Institute for Healthcare Policy andContinue reading Healthy Michigan coverage a boon for patients, doctors say in U-M survey (Live.com)
Background: Frustration with American health care is rampant. Clinicians are faced with bureaucratic hurdles and mountains of paperwork, while most patients are bewildered by high deductibles, varying copays, soaring healthcare costs, narrow networks, and capricious insurance companies. The feeling of unfairness is ubiquitous. We get too little value for the high prices we pay. WeContinue reading Sign The Pledge with Make Health Care Fair