A comprehensive, interconnected set of policies to guide the way to a better U.S. health care system for all.
The ambitious new vision begins with a call to action that challenges the U.S. not to settle for the status quo, but to implement systematic health care reforms. An additional set of ACP policy papers, published in Annals of Internal Medicine, address issues related to coverage and cost of care, health care payment and delivery systems, barriers to care and social determinants of health, and more.
Call to Action
More from ACP Advocate
More from ACP Advocate
ACP calls for ending discrimination and disparities in access and care based on personal characteristics, correcting workforce shortages including the under-supply of primary care physicians, and understanding and ameliorating social determinants of health, and more.
In an opinion piece published in Annals of Internal Medicine, ACP leadership compares the proposals of President Donald Trump and former Vice-President Joe Biden, to ACPâ€™s comprehensive framework for improving health care in the U.S.
This editorial from ACP leadership provides background and reasoning about why a new vision is needed to guide the U.S. health care system.
This editorial provides support for single-payer reform and compares U.S. health care to Canadaâ€™s health care.
This editorial says that leaving any American uninsured is a fundamental failure of the U.S. health care system.
This editorial supports ACPâ€™s push for equitable health care and addresses social determinants of health.
This editorial walks through how to measure, incentivize, and improve health care quality and equity to achieve ACPâ€™s new vision.
Better Is Possible: ACPâ€™s Vision for the U.S. Health Care System
In this webinar, ACP leadership explain specific policy recommendations to change the status quo.
High-level Overview of ACP's New Vision
This document provides a quick reference for discussing the New Vision and can be used as a handout, as needed.
This ACP Advocate Blog post, written by Bob Doherty, ACP Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy, clarifies ACP's support of a single-payer health care system.
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