New Medical Policies 2020

November 2, 2020

Just Released: New Healthy People Law and Health Policy Disability and Health Report

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Laws and policies can help communities increase access to care and improve health for people with disabilities while supporting the achievement of ambitious national goals proposed by Healthy People. Each year legislation is passed that affects healthcare policies in their communities.
Reports of measles and other vaccine-preventable illnesses have decreased due to mandatory vaccinations but parents can take advantage of exemptions. There are lobbyists who advocate and protest policies and news outlets often disguise the legal and medical jargon in a tone that promotes their agenda.
It is not uncommon for elected officials to be sponsored by pharmaceutical companies and political action committees that seek to pass legislation that will benefit them financially.

Profits over Patients and the Medical Industry

Medical physicians and staff are facing challenges that could not be foreseen 100 years ago. Advancements in medicine have increased the average life span but the quality of life is up for debate. Below is a list of policies that you may be interested:

California SB 276 and SB 714 attempt to address vaccine exemptions, like what conditions constitute a legitimate reason to be exempted and what types of doctors are credentialed to make that determination.

Health Care for Young Undocumented Immigrants, California’s low-income health insurance program, Medi-Cal for undocumented children

State-Imposed Mandates for Health Insurance, everyone in California must have health insurance or pay a penalty on their tax returns.

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