Pennsylvanians at Risk: Real-Life Implications of King v Burwell

By Emily A. Eckert, Community Health Organizer 

The Supreme Court’s decision in King v Burwell, the case challenging the reach of Marketplace premium tax credits, will have a detrimental impact on hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians.

PA to Invest in Family Planning: The Future of SelectPlan for Women

SelectPlan for Women, the Commonwealth’s family planning program historically offered to women ages 18-44 earning up to 185% of poverty, is about to experience some major upgrades.

The Impact of Expanded Medicaid on Pennsylvania Women

Understanding our Progress during National Women’s Health Week 

By Emily A. Eckert, Community Health Organizer

The Affordable Care Act’s Birth Control Benefit: Know Your Rights during National Women’s Health Week

By Emily A. Eckert, Community Health Organizer

Happy National Women’s Health Week! National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. To celebrate this weeklong, nationwide event, the Pennsylvania Health Access Network (PHAN) is issuing a three-part educational blog series focusing on health policy topics of particular interest to women.