Under a grant from the William Penn Foundation, PHLP convened a group of advocates to develop principles regarding children and health care reform.
Together, PHLP, Community Legal Services (CLS), the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (PAAAP), Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children (PPC), and Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY) have worked to highlight Pennsylvania’s gains in coverage, access, and quality for children and to outline important steps to protect those gains and at the same time optimize the opportunities for further improvements under the Affordable Care Act. Read the Principles for Development & Implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Pennsylvania here.
Now, PHLP and our partners are asking organizations to sign on in support of these Principles, to ensure that children do not lose ground as Pennsylvania implements the many changes of the health care reform law.
Join us in support of quality, affordable, accessible health care for all Pennsylvania children.