One Nation Health June Congressional Forum Recap

Our forum meeting June 22nd was a great success. We have received requests for the materials presented, so we wanted to share those here. Click here to view a copy of the forum presentation. Additionally, the “Message for Reform” handout is available here. We hope these materials will be helpful, as we continue to move health care reform forward …

Americans like universal health care, but not “government-run” health care

Americans like the concept of universality (i.e. everyone getting great care) but they are leery of “government-run” health care. This is an important distinction to keep in mind as we work toward patient-centered health care reform.  Americans want everyone to have great care just as we want everyone to have a great job – without …

The American Health Care Act is a Health Care Revolution

In an article in Real Clear Health, One Nation Health’s David Wilson addresses the pre-existing conditions debate and describes the AHCA as “a foundational next step in the reform process.” The AHCA represents a revolutionary pivot, moving us away from health care centered on Washington, D.C., and toward health care centered on you. “It empowers you …

One Nation Health Coalition Congratulates the House on Passing the American Health Care Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: John Hart May 4, 2017 press@onenationhealth.org One Nation Health Coalition Congratulates the House on Passing the American Health Care Act (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Dave Hoppe and David Wilson with the One Nation Health Coalition released the following statement today regarding the status of the American Health Care Act (AHCA): “The passage …

One Nation Health: How Congress Can Get Health Reform Right

In an article in Real Clear Health, One Nation Health’s Dave Hoppe and David Wilson articulate the path to successful reform that will empower individuals and the marketplace. “When the One Nation Health Coalition launched we argued that Congress has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to get health reform right. That is still the case. Congress can …