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 The Hill: Economy, racial justice and abortion access among top concerns for Gen Z voters of color

More than 50 percent of AAPI voters said they have not been contacted by either party in the past year, said Juliet K. Choi, President and CEO of Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum. Despite this, nearly 75 percent of registered AAPI voters are motivated to vote.
Health care is the No. 1 priority for the AAPI community, with nearly 90 percent of respondents identifying it as top of mind. Health care included access to women’s health care and abortion rights. Inflation and the economy ranked second and crime third for AAPI Gen Z voters.
But the conversation around crime is nuanced and multidimensional, said Choi.

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APIAHF Applauds President Biden’s Executive Order to Lower Prescription Drug Prices

WASHINGTON – Today, President Biden signed an Executive Order directing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to explore additional actions it can take to lower prescription drug costs for working and middle-class families.  Juliet K. Choi, president and CEO of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) released the following…

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Gastric Cancer Awareness

Infographics

November is Gastric Cancer Awareness Month. Learn more about important facts about gastric cancer, also known as stomach cancer, a cancer that is preventable and affects Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA & NH/PI) communities at disproportionately high rates. Created in partnership with the Stanford Center for Asian Health Research and Education (Stanford CARE).

APIAHF Medicaid CHIP Enrollment Comment Letter

Testimony and Comments

The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) and the undersigned national, state and local organizations commended CMS for proposing changes that aim to streamline the application, eligibility determination, enrollment, and renewal processes for Medicaid, CHIP, and the Basic Health Program. These proposed changes will create more uniform and streamlined processes that will help…