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In 2016, we are taking our work to ensure proper implementation of Section 2706 of the Affordable Care Act, “Non-discrimination in Health Care,” directly to the people. Our CoverMyCare web site opened in the fall of 2014 as a national platform for patient, consumer and provider advocacy. Join us! Learn more at covermycare.org.
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NOTE: IHPC is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization. Contributions are not tax-deductible, but enable IHPC to bring transformational change to American health, care and wellness systems.
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Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium
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The Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium (IHPC) is a broad coalition of healthcare professionals, consumers, educators, and business leaders working to give Americans full access to high-quality integrative healthcare.
It takes money and people power to:
- Hold Congress and all Federal agencies accountable to the will of the people regarding the healthcare we need and want
- Create intelligent federal policy that supports innovative integrative solutions to care for those with chronic illness and other health problems
- Convene national conferences that allow healthcare leaders to exchange ideas and learn from one another
- Initiate model collaborative healthcare delivery projects
You can be a part of IHPC’s efforts 2 ways – right now
1) Make a generous donation by clicking the button above
2) Join our Online Action Network and have a direct impact on policy.
By joining IHPC’s Online Action Network you will receive regular updates from IHPC, and will be provided opportunities to take action on important healthcare policy when it matters most.
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