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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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It's All in the Details: Employer Wellness Programs Can Help or Harm

March 22, 2013 | Health Care | Workplace Fairness
As health care purchasers, consumers, and decision makers for ourselves and our families, women are keenly interested in wellness and preventing illness.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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Election 2012: Women and Families Need Full Implementation of Health Reform

November 9, 2012 | Health Care
One of the certainties coming out of this week's election is that health care reform is moving forward. And it's about time.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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Medicare Matters to Older Women

April 24, 2012 | Health Care
The Medicare Trustees announced this week that the program will remain solvent until 2024 - the same projection as last year.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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Defending Progress on Health Care

January 17, 2012 | Health Care | Judges and Supreme Court
In March, the United States Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - the health reform law enacted in 2010.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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Beaches, burgers, and bringing up better care…

The Labor Day weekend is upon us, and many of you will be able to enjoy a much-needed holiday.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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HealthCare.gov: Your Health Care, Explained!

For many American families, women are the ones who gather information, compare plans, and make the decision about which plan best suits their needs and budget. Today, your job got a little easier.

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Kirsten Sloan, Vice President

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Health Reform: You Asked, We're Answering...

April 5, 2010 | Health Care
There's been so much misinformation about the new health reform law, it's hard NOT to be confused. But the National Partnership's health policy team wants you to have answers to questions you submitted when President Obama signed the new law.

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