UHCAN – Universal Health Care Action NetworkIn our 25th year fighting for health care justice: affordable, comprehensive health care for all!
Metro NY Health Care for All Campaign (2010)
Cleveland, OH medical students (2015)
Moral Mondays/North Carolina NAACP (2014)
The fight for health care justice is far from over. Many organizations are working hard to implement the Affordable Care Act, counteract efforts to delay or obstruct it, expand Medicaid in their states, defend against threats to undermine Medicaid and Medicare, eliminate disparities in health care, get coverage for all immigrants and move forward wherever possible toward affordable, quality health care for all.
We believe that the success of health care reform in our country hinges on the connections the health care justice movement makes with other justice struggles, so UHCAN also promotes building relationships with other struggles for social and economic justice.
National Calls & Alerts
UHCAN hosts national conference calls for health care justice leaders that cover a broad range of issues and campaigns, both state and national, important to the health care justice movement.
TrumpCare was defeated (for now). This month’s call is a conversation with national and state leaders addressing these questions: What happened? Who was in motion? Where do you see things now?read more
The battle for health care justice is a political battle – inside the Senate, voting rights, Summer of Resistance, Black women and reproductive justiceread more
Health care is HOT in the Senate … Medicare and Medicaid are both in play …. The intersection of health care justice with race and voting rightsread more
News and Links
In claiming “success” on their “narrow goal” of lowering premiums, the AHCA supporters “either misunderstand or misrepresent CBO’s conclusions.”read more
Medicaid, so central to the country’s health care system, also played a major, though far less appreciated, role in last week’s collapse of the Republican drive to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Actread more
Decisions by the Trump administration and Congress “include whether and how the administration will use its executive authority to sustain, or undermine, the law’s key provisions, and how Congress might ensure the stability of individual health insurance markets nationwide.”read more