We all have a stake in making sure Pennsylvania's nursing homes are doing right by our loved ones and the workers who care for them. That's why PHAN is supporting new measures being discussed in Harrisburg to:
Earlier this afternoon, health care advocates stood shoulder to shoulder with physicians, providers, lawmakers and faith leaders to press forward in the campaign to bring jobs and coverage to Pennsylvania through the Medicaid expansion.
As we speak, over 150 advocates are on their way to the Capitol to tell lawmakers it’s time to take the money to Cover the Commonwealth, and bring jobs and health care coverage to Pennsylvania families.
Greetings PHAN members! My name is Holly Dolan, and I am working with the PHAN "Messaging Committee" on a project called Health on the Horizon. The purpose of this project is to take control of the framing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ensure its successful implementation in Pennsylvania.
On May 15th, Bucks County Reporter Jo Ciavaglia began a “State of Health” series to take a look at the health benefits our elected officials in Pennsylvania are receiving at a time when Pennsylvania is facing a $4 billion deficit, when Gov. Corbett and a majority of these legislators say that we “just can’t afford” adultBasic, which covered 42,000 working people, and during a time when when these legislators and Gov.
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