Health care shouldn’t be complicated and confusing. That’s why we’re providing tools and resources to improve what’s working and fix what isn’t in today’s health care system.

  1. Social Determinants of Health

    Not every health care problem can—or should—be addressed with a prescription pad. Experts say that 70% of a person’s health is determined by factors other than medical care.

  2. COVID-19

    No one should hesitate to get tested or treated for COVID-19 because of concerns about costs.

  3. Medicare Advantage

    More than 20 million Americans choose to get their Medicare benefits through a Medicare Advantage plan. Medicare Advantage is a public-private partnership where health insurance providers cover everything traditional Medicare covers – and more.

  4. Drug Pricing

    We’re committed to working with Congress, the Administration, and health care leaders throughout the country to stop out-of-control prescription drug pricing.

  5. Medicaid

    Medicaid is a safety net, there for us when we need it. It’s the largest health care program in the country – covering about one in five Americans, or about 73 million people.

  6. Lowering Costs

    We’re committed to working with policymakers and the public to bring down the cost of coverage and care for all Americans.

  7. Surprise Billing

    When you’re sick, you should be able to focus on what matters most: getting better. Unfortunately, far too often American families have to worry about what happens after they leave the hospital – and whether they’ll receive a surprise medical bill.

  8. Rural Health

    All Americans – no matter where they live – deserve affordable coverage and access to high-quality care. Health insurance providers are working hard to serve rural America.

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