CAFP’s All Member Advocacy Meeting (AMAM), March 9-10, is your chance to learn how Academy policy is made, network among colleagues with similar policy interests, discuss resolutions before the CAFP Board of Directors, and hear from speakers on a wide range of topics.
CAFP SUBMITS COMMENTS TO HELP PROTECT HEALTH ACCESS FOR IMMIGRANTS
In October 2018, the Trump Administration proposed changes to the "public charge" rule, which is used when assessing applications for residency in the United States. Analysis of the proposed rule indicates that, if finalized, the rule would result in fewer immigrants seeking out vital primary care services resulting in complex health outcomes and increased costs to health systems. Read CAFP's comments opposing the proposed rule.
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