If the Better Care Reconciliation Act becomes law, tens of millions will lose insurance. A critical part of what they'll lose is access to the care they need to prevent or manage chronic conditions in a life- and cost-saving way. More than 80 percent of the
A better way for
This bill does the absolute opposite.
In addition to millions losing insurance, the
In addition, with the phasing out of Medicaid expansion and possible loss of guaranteed essential health benefits, effective preventive services—including vaccines and screenings for cancer—will no longer be required by insurers.
If the Better Care Reconciliation Act becomes law, the American people will be sicker and poorer. We will likely see more overdoses and untreated STDs, rises in infant mortality and increases in innumerable other preventable health issues, all of which add up to ever-increasing healthcare costs.
We strongly urge the
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