Health care works for millions of Americans today. But we know there’s much more to be done to ensure that it works for every single person. Through Better Care America, we’re building on and improving what’s working while fixing what’s broken in health care to lower costs and expand access to affordable, high-quality coverage for everyone.

  1. Pete

    Pete Popivchak, a partner-owner at Wall-to-Wall Studios, and his partners consider it a management responsibility to provide their employees with high-quality, affordable health care coverage.

    Read more about Pete
  2. Paul

    Paul Fox co-owns an architecture, interior design, and experience design firm in Raleigh, North Carolina. As the firm’s benefits manager, Paul says it was a priority from the beginning to provide health coverage benefits to employees. The firm now has 12 designers on staff and offers them high-quality, affordable employer-provided coverage.

    Read more about Paul
  3. Chuck

    For the past four years, Chuck Dolan has worked as a professional motor coach driver for Mears Transportation in central Florida. Chuck enjoyed meeting tourists visiting Orlando and the financial stability and health benefits that came with the job.

    Read more about Chuck
  4. John

    Business executive John T. Bass has worked in a variety of roles and industries over his five-decade long  career. For many years, John received employer-provided health care and touts its benefits, saying, “Employer-provided coverage gave me total peace of mind; it meant both financial security and access to high-quality care.” 

    Read more about John
  5. Maggie

    When Maggie Talarico was working to open her small business, Foresight Construction Services, she was committed to being able to offer health coverage for her employees. “I had dreamt of starting a business for years, but wanted to be sure I could secure health care for myself and offer it to my employees before getting off the ground,” she said. “The Affordable Care Act (ACA) made that dream a reality, eliminating a barrier to growing my business.”

    Read more about Maggie
  6. Brittani

    Like many, Brittani Arceneaux could not afford to miss work amidst the pandemic. The access to regular COVID-19 testing – and the reassurance she would get the required care if she did contract the virus – her health plan gave her offered the peace of mind necessary for Brittani to continue to perform her job to the best of her abilities.

    Read more about Brittani
  7. Anne

    Anne T.’s employer-provided coverage has given her financial stability and peace of mind, even helping her access long-needed hearing aides: “I knew I needed them, but I did not realize just how much I was missing without them.”

    Read more about Anne
  8. KimYen

    KimYen Huynh, Founder and President of the Asian American Business Women Association, shares why she values her Medicare Advantage plan and how it gave her peace of mind amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

    Read more about KimYen
  9. Vicki

    Vicki Lightcap, a certified health coach, shared the role health insurers played in helping keep her clients healthy throughout the pandemic.

    Read more about Vicki
  10. Stephen

    For Stephen McCalman, a teaching assistant and graduate student pursuing his Master of Education, the opportunity to get coverage on his state’s exchange under the Affordable Care Act was an essential part of continuing to assist his students and keep his parents safe during the pandemic.

    Read more about Stephen

Hear more stories about how health care is working for millions of Americans.

Follow us on Facebook