ACHP and its member organizations are committed to improving health equity by removing obstacles in our nation’s health care system. ACHP believes that in our approach to public policy, coverage and care, we can take important steps to advance more equitable access, treatment and health outcomes for everyone.
To The Point
In a MedPage Today op-ed, ACHP and NPWF call for health care industry and federal action on the maternal health crisis and associated inequities.
A recent analysis of CMS data indicates that, while non-white beneficiaries are increasingly choosing Medicare Advantage, MA plans significantly under report for non-white racial/ethnic groups on HEDIS and CAHPS measures.
ACHP member plans are deeply committed to improving maternal health, building on decades of investments they have made in their communities.
ACHP and its members champion policies that reduce disparities that advance equity in maternal health care delivery.
ACHP’s nonprofit health plans offered additional benefits at no cost to consumers to combat the adverse impacts of COVID-19.
ACHP's policy paper outlines how policy changes can address inequities in the health system and advance health equity.
This framework demonstrates how a holistic approach with interventions across all the action loops is necessary to improve health equity.
These case studies highlight how ACHP members are advancing health equity by addressing equity on all action loops.
ACHP urges CMS to include audio-only encounters in Medicare Advantage risk adjustment, to ensure vulnerable seniors retain access to care.