Too many people in the United States, especially people of color, are either uninsured or underinsured. We track and report on people’s experiences getting and paying for health care. We also evaluate how policies impact health coverage and affordability both here in the U.S. and abroad.
The United States spends more on health care than any other wealthy nation. How can we ensure that care in the U.S. is affordable for individuals, families, and government?
Our nation’s legacy of racism is embedded in our health care system. For many people of color, this legacy has meant less access to quality care and poorer health outcomes. We research and promote the policies and practices needed to achieve an antiracist health system where people of color can thrive.
People need the right care at the right time. We explore how our health system can work smarter and better, including the policies and practices that will help ensure people get good care and lead healthy lives.
Vice President, Health Care Coverage and Access
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