Enrollment Surge Shows Need for Affordable Health Coverage

318,077 Pennsylvanians Enrolled in Private Marketplace Plans During Health Law's First Enrollment Period

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced today that more than 8 million Americans enrolled in private health insurance plans through federal and state-based marketplaces during the first open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act.

The data shows that includes 318,077 Pennsylvanians, of whom:

Corbett Medicaid Plan Puts Pennsylvanians at Breaking Point Over Cuts and Delays

With the federal public comment period ending this week on the Corbett Administration's Healthy PA proposal, Pennsylvanians delivered a loud and clear message to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.


Apply to be a PHAN Certified Health Reform Trainer

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.