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by Susanna Krey, President, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
This post originally appeared at Cleveland.com. Update as of October 16, 2013: this proposal remains before the Ohio General Assembly.
Health insurance marketplaces or exchanges for uninsured working families and individuals to purchase affordable health care will soon open.…
by Bill Pitkin, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Hospitals and clinics are on the front lines of serving homeless people. A small number of chronic homeless individuals are heavy users of emergency health services and hospitals, taxing a stressed system at high public cost.…
Affordable Care Act Subsidy Calculator, created by the Kaiser Family Foundation
Infographic: The Pros and Cons of Affordable Care Act
10/1/2013 - Can Increased Access to Health Insurance Improve Care for Homeless Populations?, Peggy Bailey, Corporation for Supportive Housing
At Funders Together, we believe that we can end homelessness in the United States and philanthropy will play a critical role in this effort.
But first, we must come together to share what works, learn from each other, and challenge each other to develop innovative, long-lasting solutions.…
by Peggy Bailey, Corporation for Supportive Housing
The slow and steady Affordable Care Act implementation process speeds up in October. Health insurance enrollment in the new exchange programs for the 48 million uninsured Americans begins today with a March 2014 deadline.…