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NASW’s Betsy Clark Answers ACA Decision Questions Jun 28th, 2012
Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW, MPH is CEO of the National Association of Social Workers Q: The ACA was upheld, but experts predict an avalanche of new enrollees in 2014, which will overwhelm our health care system. What should be done? Dr. Clark: Between 30-40 million new enrollees means that, among other issues, we need to think about using health care providers in such a way that everyone practices at the top of their... 
Join National Provider Network to Help Older Adults Understand Health Care Reform Jun 12th, 2012
Many older adults and family caregivers don’t understand either the new benefits available to them under the Affordable Care Act or other ways in which health care reform benefits them. Patients Aware is a national network of health care professionals working to change this situation. Supported by the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare Foundation, the National Physicians Alliance, and the Herndon... 
The Affordable Care Act and Women’s Health Mar 20th, 2012
Two years ago, President Obama signed the historic health care bill, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. Social workers strongly support the law because it makes vital improvements to health care access, quality and services for millions of Americans with health and behavioral health needs. In particular, the ACA addresses many issues for women in improving access to coverage and care. A significant benefit of the... 
NASW Submits Comments on State Health Insurance Exchanges – An Essential Feature of the 2010 Affordable Care Act Sep 29th, 2011
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) stipulates that by 2014, each state will have an “exchange,” a health insurance marketplace for individuals and small businesses.  Exchanges should provide many currently uninsured and underinsured Americans with an affordable way to obtain comprehensive health coverage.  According to the ACA, individuals can purchase coverage through their state exchange if their household income exceeds... 
The Affordable Care Act-18 Months Later Sep 26th, 2011
September 23 marked the 18 – month anniversary since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). New census numbers showed 500,000 more young adults have insurance than last year because of the ACA provision that lets parents keep their children on their plans until they are 26 years old. In addition, 18.9 million seniors have already taken advantage of the free preventive care services provided by the ACA. NASW... 
Affordable Care Act 101 Conference Call Aug 23rd, 2011
AFFORDABLE CARE ACT 101 – Sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Choose the following dates for an Interactive Conference Call Discussing the Benefits and Provisions of the Affordable Care Act:  • Tuesday, August 23, at 8 pm ET • Wednesday, August 31, at 12:30 pm ET • Wednesday, September 14, at 12:30 pm ET The Affordable Care Act expands... 
Conference Call to Discuss Women’s Access to Needed Care and Services Jul 21st, 2011
 Affordable Care Act Improves Women’s Access to Needed Care, Services Please join Tina Tchen, Executive Director of the White House Council on Women and Girls and Mayra Alvarez, Director of Public Health Policy in the Office of Health Reform at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on a conference call to discuss the impact of the recently released Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report on Women’s Preventive... 
HHS Conference Call on the Partnership for Patients Jul 7th, 2011
Please join HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and CMS Administrator Dr. Donald Berwick for a conference call on Friday, July 8, at 12pm ET to celebrate the initial phase of the Partnership for Patients and offer recognition and thanks to the nearly 4,500 organizations — including over 2,000 hospitals — that have officially committed to improving patient safety by joining the initiative. Secretary Sebelius will... 
ACA and Women Feb 24th, 2011
A new online resource is available outlining the benefits of the health care law for women. You can read more about Women and the Affordable Care Act at http://www.healthcare.gov/foryou/women/index.html.  Read More →
Congressional Briefing: Implications of Health Care Reform on the Social Work Profession, Feb 16, 2011 Feb 4th, 2011
Update 2/18/2011 – Click here to view remarks from this Congressional Briefing. NASW is pleased to announce that Congressman Edolphus Towns, sponsor of the Dorothy I. Height and Whitney M. Young, Jr. Social Work Reinvestment Act, and a professional social worker, is holding a congressional briefing entitled, “Implications of Health Care Reform on the Social Work Profession” on February 16, 2011... 

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