Bargaining Update July 29, 2022 In these negotiations with Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH), our message to the employer is Respect Us. Protect Us, Support Us. As negotiations progress, we will provide regular updates. Our strength is all of us standing
A report by the Milliken Institute details the impact of repealing the Affordable Care Act on the 50 states in the U.S.
Getting healthcare treatment should never mean going broke. Share your health insurance story here and stand together with us to improve our healthcare. Working families deserve access to specialists, mental and behavioral health providers without high out-of-pocket expenses. “…When the only
Medical debt can happen to anyone at any time, and has adversely affected the credit rating of 43 million Americans. Share your medical debt story here and stand together with us to improve our healthcare. “After working in a hospital for so
Over a thousand people, including HPAE members, staff, and supporters, rallied in Philadelphia today to protest the plans of the Republican Congress and President Trump to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
HPAE members, leaders, and staff participated at rallies in Camden, Newark, and Philadelphia today to demand that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) not be repealed and that millions of people maintain essential health care coverage.
Throughout New Jersey, HPAE, the state’s largest union of healthcare workers is standing with US Senate and Congressional Leader to say Don’t Make America Sick Again.
Congress may be moving to repeal "Obamacare," but millions of people are still signing up. The administration said Tuesday that 11.5 million enrolled nationwide through Dec. 24, ahead of last year's pace.
Under the three-year pilot, which started last month when R-Health's contract took effect, as many as 60,000 teachers, police, firefighters, and other state and local government employees will be allowed into the program.
About 6.4 million people have signed up for health insurance next year under the ACA, the Obama administration said Wednesday, as people rushed to purchase plans regardless of Republican promises that the law will be repealed within months.