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United States of Care
The mission of United States of Care is to ensure that everyone has access to quality, affordable health care.
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Check out our for candidates here:
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United States of Care 8h
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-People have the certainty they can afford health care.-People have security & freedom that dependable health care as life changes.-Can get the personalized care they need, when & how they need it.-People experience a health care system that’s understandable and easy to navigate
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United States of Care 8h
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People want a health care system that emerges stronger from COVID. Specifically, a health care system that delivers outcomes in which:
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“Candidates must first address health care issues by understanding people’s shared needs and focus on outcomes that will ensure our health care system is responsive to the pandemic while being accessible and affordable, now & into the future.” Managing Dir
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Over the past year has conducted conversations with individuals and groups from across the country.We’ve heard that people are counting on their leaders to offer practical solutions to both their immediate challenges & long-term gaps in our health care system”
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As candidates for President, Congress, and state and local offices take the debate stage, United States of Care (USofCare) is reminding those seeking office to humanize the health care debate and COVID-19 response.
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In line with USofCare recommendations, newly released and updated Heroes Act contains $75 billion for contact tracing & equity safeguards. statement by
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United States of Care Sep 28
Tune in this week for ’s Beyond Telemedicine conference featuring 's alongside 30+ industry leaders. Details:
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Grantmakers In Health Sep 25
Join and Cara James for an interactive webinar next Thursday!
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United States of Care Sep 24
1 week until: "How is COVID-19 impacting Health Care, Wealth Care, and Philanthropy?", an interactive webinar. Join host for a conversation w/ , , Cara James () & , Thurs 10/1. Pre-reg required
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United States of Care Sep 24
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Vote by mail if you can, or use prevention practices like wearing a mask, keeping your distance, and using hand sanitizer if you vote in-person. Check here to see if vote-by-mail is available in your state - .
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United States of Care Sep 24
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Many candidates will knock on your door. Make sure you ask them questions about the things important to you. Attend virtual town hall forums or community meetings where you have an opportunity to talk with people who are trying to earn your vote.
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United States of Care Sep 24
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Identify who is running for office to represent you. There are local, state and national candidates and you’ll want to read their campaign materials, website and mailers.
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United States of Care Sep 24
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🔑Q's: What are your values and priorities? What kind of community do you want for your family and loved ones? How does health care fit into your point of view?
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United States of Care Sep 24
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Each state has different rules, deadlines and methods for registration. Check here for how to register in your state - .
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United States of Care Sep 24
USofCare’s Voter Action Guide outlines key steps we should all take to be ready for this year’s election🗳️.
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United States of Care Sep 24
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In the coming months, will convene policy experts, employers, innovators, and people experiencing our health care system to understand what works and what alternatives could look like. We hope others will join us in this conversation too! 8/8 END
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United States of Care Sep 24
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What the pandemic in America is also asking us is when a disease ravages both people’s health & the economy, should we leave millions exposed to not being able to access care at a time when the health of one person is linked to the health of us all? 7/8
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United States of Care Sep 24
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And a key question for policymakers, particularly during a pandemic but likely in most situations, is - "should people be simultaneously losing both their jobs and health security?" 6/8
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United States of Care Sep 24
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Right now, even if they have health coverage, people are worried they can’t depend on their insurance when they need it. 5/8
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