Nutrition Education Fact Sheet – Mind-Body Health (English)Fact Sheet, FAQ, Infographics
Nutrition Education Fact Sheet – Managing Diabetes During HolidaysFact Sheet, FAQ, Infographics
Alzheimer’s and Brain AwarenessFact Sheet, FAQ, Infographics
Dementia is a brain condition that affects the brain’s functions to control thought, memory, and language. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, accounting for 60-80% of dementia cases.
CMS-1771-p on FY23 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Comment LetterTestimony and Comments
APIAHF submitted comments in response to proposed rule changes regarding the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) and Long-Term Care Hospital Prospective Payment System. We urged CMS to require hospitals to collect self-reported race and ethnicity data that is disaggregated based on requirements in Section 4302 of the ACA. Additionally, APIAHF commented on the need to…
Hepatitis Awareness InfographicFact Sheet, FAQ, Infographics
Did you know that May is Hepatitis Awareness Month? We’ve included a few key facts about the most common types of virial hepatitis found in the United States, and where to find testing centers and vaccine providers.
Letter to USCIS regarding public chargeLetter
The 2019 Public Charge Final Rule continues to have a chilling effect for immigrant families trying to access health care, even when much of the rule is no longer in effect. To address these concerns, the US Department of Homeland Security and US Citizenship and Immigration Services recently sought comment for its new proposed public…
Letter to NIH on health and well-being for Asian Americans & Native Hawaiians/Pacific IslandersLetter
Request for Information (RFI): Seeking Stakeholder Actionable Input to Improve Research on Health and Well-being for Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (Notice No. NOT-CA-22-047) Currently, only 0.17% of the NIH budget goes toward research on AA and NHPI communities. Together with nearly 40 of our partners, APIAHF submitted a letter urging NIH to commit…
Colorectal (Colon) Cancer (English)Fact Sheet, FAQ, Infographics
Asian Americans have one of the lowest rates of large intestinal cancer screening in the United States with only 52% up-to-date on their screening compared to 66% among non-Hispanic whites. An infographic was created to bring awareness to the importance of colorectal cancer screening, prevention, and treatment.
Responses to RFI on Access to Care and Coverage for People Enrolled in Medicaid/CHIP Comment LetterTestimony and Comments
APIAHF submitted a response (via online form) on a request for information (RFI) on access to care and coverage for Medicaid/CHIP enrollees. We provided comments on the need for stronger language access protections, such as requiring taglines for all written materials for potential and current enrollees beyond vital documents and urged CMS to discourage states…