Our country is deeply divided on healthcare. But what if we are, or could be, unified on health?
From decades of work with patients, healthcare providers, insurers, medical societies, state and federal policymakers, and community-based organizations, as well as from recent public opinion research with voters across the country, it is clear: Individuals across the political spectrum agree on what drives good health.
This moment presents a critical opportunity to improve the health of people and communities in our country by investing in the things that impact our health, such as safe housing, healthy food, and jobs that enable self-sufficiency. By building a powerful constituency for health, we can together unlock these investments and achieve this shared vision in our communities.