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A few months ago, PHAN launched the Certified Health Reform Trainer program. Since then, dozens of graduates have gone on to give presentations on the Affordable Care Act to local businesses, organizations, libraries, universities, and more.

Our training not only covers the nitty-gritty of the law, but also coaches you through the most effective communication techniques and how to set up your own presentations.

PHAN Issues Statement on Governor Corbett's Medicaid Expansion Decision

Pennsylvania Health Access Network Statement on Governor Corbett’s Medicaid Expansion Decision

Harrisburg, PA (September 16, 2013) – Governor Corbett  has announced his support of expanding health care coverage through the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Expansion.

Antoinette Kraus, Director of the Pennsylvania Health Access Network issued the following statement in response:

Standing Up for Truth Inside the Heritage #DefundTour in Pittsburgh

The activist wing of the conservative Heritage Foundation brought their fear-and-smear roadshow to town last week, hoping to drum up support for their plan to shut down the government in order to block funding for the Affordable Care Act. 

In their arsenal: millions of dollars, and the same, tired, debunked misinformation and scare tactics they've been using to attack the new health care law for years. 

PHAN Offers Free Trainings on Health Care Law

In just a few months, open enrollment will begin and major provisions of the new health care law will take effect. 

Citing Impasse with PA House, Senate Rules Committee Charts New Course on Medicaid Expansion

Pennsylvania Senate Rules Committee Chooses New Track for Medicaid Expansion Battle

Harrisburg, PA (July 3, 2013) -- Today, members of the Pennsylvania Senate Rules Committee opted to cease further delay in passing a welfare code bill by accepting the House version of HB 1075, which had been stripped of language requiring Governor Corbett to move forward with an expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. 

Antoinette Kraus, Director of the Pennsylvania Health Access Network issued the following statement in response: