The N.H. Center for Justice and Equity is a newly formed non-profit that will focus on advancing issues of racial, economic justice and health equity in New Hampshire.
The Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship and the Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) have partnered to start a new loan fund aimed at helping small businesses in the Monadnock Region grow and thrive
As the Inflation Reduction Act theme weeks come to a close, Protect Our Care is highlighting how the legislation will help patients with serious diseases like Parkinson’s Disease. The Inflation Reduction Act will drastically reduce the cost of prescription drugs for Americans enrolled in Medicare’s Part D
Cancer is among the most expensive diseases to treat, forcing patients to pay thousands of dollars a year just to stay alive — and that’s if they are lucky enough to pay for care at all. Big drug companies have hiked the cost of cancer medications year after year, but that stops with the Inflation Reduction Act. The bill gives Medicare the power to negotiate drug prices and stops price hikes and caps out-of-pocket costs for seniors. Additionally, the historic legislation reduces premium costs for millions of Americans, ensuring people have access to affordable cancer screenings and treatment.
Washington DC — Today, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor ruled to invalidate a key set of preventive health care services that millions of Americans rely on. The Kelley v. Becerra lawsuit threatens the Affordable Care Act (ACA) preventive services requirement that guarantees free access to over 100 preventive health services, including health screenings, routine vaccinations, well baby and child visits, prenatal care, contraception, and more. In 2020 alone, more than 150 million Americans used these services.