Health Policy Resource Hub

Welcome to SEARAC's Health Policy Resource Hub!

Here you will find updated policy briefs, reports, factsheets, and other resources to help you better understand the Affordable Care Act and other health care related policies. These resources may also be useful as you work to educate community members, local decision makers, and stakeholders. The Health Policy Resource Hub hosts resources produced by SEARAC along with publications from other organizations.

If you have any questions regarding any of the resources below, please contact SEARAC's Health Advocate, Linh Chuong.


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SEARAC Publications

Understanding the Affordable Care Act - A Fact Sheet Series

The following fact sheet series breaks down the Affordable Care Act and helps community members to understand how the health care law benefits them depending on their situation, whether they are elderly, currently uninsured, or a young adult, etc.

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Affordable Care Act - Overview & Basics

  • Summary of the New Health Reform Law -  Kaiser Family Foundation. March 2010. A comprehensive overview of the provisions of the law. A great place to start acquainting yourself with the law!
  • Health Care Reform Hits Main Street - Kaiser Family Foundation, uploaded September 2010. A quick and cute video that provides a general outline of the law. If your organization blocks Youtube, please use this link instead.
  • Health Care Chronology - Aon Consulting. A basic calendar of what general developments to expect from the Affordable Care Act between 2010 and 2018.
  • Health Care Reform - New York Times, March 2011. A comprehensive recap of the debates and political background surrounding the bill, its final passage, and current challenges. This is also a repository of all the New York Times news articles regarding the Affordable Care Act.

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Culturally & Linguistically Appropriate Care

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Workforce Development

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Access & Affordability

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Preventative Care

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Elders

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