American Families Deserve:


Every American family should be able to afford the care they need to lead a healthy life.


Every American deserves access to patient-centered, high-quality health care tailored to their needs.


Health care decisions should be made by patients and their doctors – not politicians.

Our Current Health Care System By The Numbers
63 percent

of voters believe that private coverage should have a role in our health care system


80 percent

of Americans rate the quality of the health care they receive as “excellent” or “good”


Nearly 90 Percent

of Americans are covered thanks to free market and public programs working together


Build on what’s working…

Recent years have seen great progress towards increasing access to high-quality health care for Americans. Let’s continue to build on and improve what’s working where private coverage, Medicare and Medicaid work together to expand access to coverage and care.

…Don’t start over.

Any one-size-fits-all new government health insurance system would mean Americans have to pay more to wait longer for worse care.

Research and Studies

Embracing a one-size-fits-all new government health insurance system – be it Medicare for All, Medicare buy-in, or the public option – would mean higher taxes for every American, longer wait times, and lower quality of care. These resources dive into the negative impacts American families could face under these proposed systems:

Updates / More
9.5.23 / Updates

ICYMI: The Public Option is Not the Path Forward 

8.7.23 / Updates

ICYMI: A Public Option Could Increase the National Deficit by $1.2 Trillion

7.6.23 / Updates

WTAS: Government-Controlled Health Insurance Systems Don’t Work at Any Level

6.27.23 / Updates

ICYMI: A Public Option Could Severely Limit Coverage Options for Consumers  

6.23.23 / Updates

ICYMI: New Polling Highlights Lack of Support for Government-Controlled Health

5.25.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Medicare for All is Back, But Not Going Anywhere 

5.17.23 / Updates

Partnership: Americans Deserve Better than Unaffordable, One-Size-Fits-All

4.26.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Public Option Reforms Aren’t Working for States 

4.11.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Building on What’s Working: America Has the Foundation to Transform

3.28.23 / Updates

WTAS: Government-Run Systems are not the Future of Health Care

3.24.23 / Updates

ICYMI: States Continue to Hit Roadblocks with Public Option

3.15.23 / Updates

WTAS: One-Size-Fits-All Approach Noticeably Absent from Health Care Debate

3.1.23 / Updates

ICYMI: State Government-Controlled Public Option Systems Continue to Struggle

1.26.23 / Updates

ICYMI: Building on our Current System Has Led to 16.3 Million Americans

12.20.22 / Updates

ICYMI: New Polling Shows that Voters Support Building on our Current System

12.1.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Building on Our Current System Has Led to Historic Coverage Gains  

11.14.22 / Updates

Partnership for America’s Health Care Future Statement on Working with the

10.27.22 / Updates

ICYMI:  Building on Our Current System is the Future of Health Care 

9.22.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Blog: The Path Forward in Health Care: Building on The Strengths of our

9.13.22 / Blog / Updates

Blog: The Path Forward in Health Care: Building on The Strengths of our

8.1.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Public Option Could Exacerbate Health Care Workforce Shortages,

7.21.22 / Updates

New Report: National Public Option Could Lead to Increased Health Care

6.23.22 / Updates

Statement on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Approval

6.22.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Polling Continues to Show Voter Prefer Building on our Current Health

4.27.22 / Press Releases / Updates

New Report: ‘Medicare at 60’ Could Create Higher Costs and Threaten Access

4.7.22 / Updates

 What They Are Saying: Let’s Build On and Strengthen our Current Health

3.23.22 / Updates

The Strength and Opportunity Within Our Health Care System 

2.25.22 / Updates

What We Are Not Talking About in 2022: Creating New Government-Controlled

2.22.22 / Updates

Public Option Watch: NPR: ‘The 1st public option health plan in the U.S.

2.3.22 / Updates

ICYMI: Single-Payer Health Care Falls in California

1.14.22 / Updates

What Others Are Saying: The Costs of One-Size-Fits-All, Single-Payer Health

12.17.21 / Updates

What We Learned in 2021: Lawmakers and Voters Prefer Building on What’s

12.10.21 / Updates

ICYMI: Latest Polling Shows Voters Prefer Building on What’s Working 

12.6.21 / Updates

VOTER VITALS November 2021 Edition – A Health Care Tracking Poll

11.30.21 / Updates

What They Are Saying: Government-Controlled Health Insurance Proposals Could

11.23.21 / Updates

ICYMI: Millions of Uninsured Americans are Eligible for Coverage Through Our

11.19.21 / News / Updates

ICYMI: The Public Option Could Worsen Rural Health Disparities, Produce

11.16.21 / News / Updates

ICYMI: The Real Costs of the Public Option 

11.9.21 / News / Updates

ICYMI: Building on What’s Working Leads to Record-Low Premiums

11.3.21 / Updates

Support for Our Current Health Care System Has Never Been Higher

10.27.21 / Updates

ICYMI: Building On What’s Working in Health Care Is Most Effective Way

7.26.23 / News

The Hill: Proposed Medicare cuts jeopardize access to care for patients and

7.26.23 / News

Forbes: Take An X To The Public Health Insurance Option