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This celebration will bring together former Board, staff and our allies who have worked together over the last 30 years to build a health equity agenda.
We’re joining Fitbit & the Surgeon General by taking the challenge to walk as much as possible from October 13-26.
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“Health Care reform is important to me because PIHP clients will be able to get information about my [sic] health coverage options in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner.” – Jane Ka’ala Pang
Click here to read Jane’s story.
“Health care reform is important to me because now I have access to quality, affordable coverage with a minimum benefit package which includes doctor’s and hospital visits, prescription medication, and mental health.” – Chi-Hsin Chang
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“Health care reform is important to me because I will be able to get information about insurance in plain language and in a culturally appropriate manner.” – Kazuko Davis
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“Because of healthcare reform, small businesses would receive tax subsidies for providing health coverage for their employees, and we were glad to find that this provision extended to nonprofit 501c3 organizations.” – Potri Manis
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“Health care reform is important to me because national health surveys will now include collection and reporting of race, ethnicity, primary language, and disability status.” – Susan Shinagawa
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APIAHF influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of AAs and NHPIs.
Learn more about APIAHF
Policy and Advocacy, Research and Data, Health Care for Me, Action for Health Justice
Capacity for Health, Infrastructure and Sustainability, Interventions and Public Health Strategies, Monitoring and Evaluation, Community Planning
STRIVE, HTA-CF, REI, HEED, Previously Funded Initiatives
We work to generate policy and systems changes at the federal, state, and local level to benefit our communities. Learn more about our policy priorities:
June 2016-APIAHF MACRA Comment Letter.pdf [388.7KB]
2016.04.28-PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR DATA EQUITY-Report.pdf [1.2MB]
2016.04.28-OBESITY AND OVERWEIGHT AMONG AA CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS-Data Brief.pdf [118.01KB]
08 28 2015-DACA Best Practices Report.PDF [195.54KB]
2015.01.28-BRIEF OF AMICI CURIAE.pdf [323.28KB]
2015.01.27-AAPI Enrollment Week Language Access-Infographic.pdf [2.83MB]
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