Publicado: Vie, Enero 11, 2019
Salud | Por Gertrudes Rodriquez

Here's Where to Move to for Guaranteed Health Care

Here's Where to Move to for Guaranteed Health Care

"And while we can say there's things where we want to see reform [in the criminal justice system], we can also say there's things where we want to see some tightening up".

De Blasio's $100 million commitment was laden with political significance.

The mayor said the city already has a public health insurance option that helps undocumented residents access healthcare.

The progressive mayor stated that he believes NYC Care will act as a springboard for the rest of the country to follow suit and ultimately implement a nationwide universal health care program.

The $100 million plan, dubbed "NYC Care", is created to provide health insurance for the 600,000 New Yorkers who have either opted out of purchasing insurance, can not afford the premiums available on the state's health-care exchange, or are ineligible for coverage because they are not citizens of the United States. It will also ensure that those New Yorkers have access to NYC Health and Hospitals' physicians, pharmacies, and mental health and substance abuse services.

New Yorkers will be able to access the program through the city's website or by calling 311, and tax increases will not be necessary to fund it, the mayor said.

More than 500,000 full-time and part-time employees now have no paid time off. De Blasio also said he will hold a press conference later on Tuesday to explain his plan in greater detail. "Get the healthcare you need when you need it".

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"We don't want people to go out of business". Unlike most health coverage, however, the care will be available only within New York City.

People respond differently when they know something is guaranteed, he continued. "They're still a part of our community, they need health care, their families need health care. They end up in the [emergency department] and it could have been prevented easily if they knew where to turn".

On his first day in office, California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a budget on Monday that would make California the only state in the nation to provide coverage to undocumented young adults through its Medicaid program. What do they all have in common? It's going to be for the first time a guarantee of health care.

The news, however, came with a caveat; although overall deaths declined, the number of pedestrians killed in traffic increased a year ago, city officials noted last week.

The project is expected to cost at least US$100 million a year when it achieves its full scale. And he called for the state to provide insurance subsidies to people with higher incomes than the ACA allows. The goal is to connect New Yorkers who can not afford coverage or are ineligible for health insurance, including undocumented New Yorkers, with a primary care doctor.

Bill de Blasio at a press conference announcing NYC Care. They have a name, an address. "You have a lot of savings over time by not having people get health care the wrong way". "With NYC Care, the citizens of this great city can finally exercise that right". The city said last week that an ambitious goal of providing MetroCards to about 800,000 residents whose incomes are below the federal poverty line would start this month with cards for only about 30,000 people, or about four percent of the total. "Today I'm announcing a plan to guarantee health care for all New Yorkers".

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