Raising Women’s Voices

Children and health reform

Posted in Uncategorized by raisingwomensvoices on May 29, 2009

The Georgetown University Health Policy Institute Center for Children and Families through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation published a report (with huge pictures of really cute kids) about the 9 million children without health insurance in this country. They make the case for affordable, accessible, comprehensive, and continuous coverage for children and their families.

An excerpt from the summary by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation:

“Based on the research and the experience gained over decades of efforts to cover children, this report provides a blueprint of what children and families need from health reform, including an overview of where the remaining gaps are for children’s coverage and recommendations on the key challenges that must be addressed in order to complete the puzzle.”

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