Last month, the National Coalition on Health Care (NCHC) and West Health held a virtual Hill briefing exploring the link between the high cost of drugs and health inequities on March 18, 2021. The briefing explored a range of systemic issues that drive health inequities for communities of color, including drug prices, coverage gaps, and COVID-19 recovery.
Washington, D.C., March 29 – Today, the National Coalition on Health Care (NCHC), the longest-running alliance of leading health care provider, purchaser, payer and consumer organizations, announced the retirement of its long-time President, John Rother, after many years of dedicated service to the organization, its members, and the national health care policy community.
On March 18, from 1-2pm ET, The National Coalition on Health Care and West Health co-hosted the first of a two-part, Hill briefing series: “The Burden of High Drug Prices on Communities of Color”.
Read the Report Here.
Budget reconciliation is a procedural mechanism that allows for smaller majorities to enact legislative goals without securing 60 votes in the Senate. As the 117th Congress establishes priorities for the session with narrow Democratic majorities in both chambers, calls for the use of budget reconciliation are growing among Congressional Democrats, many of whom see an […]