Our Mission

The Partnership for America’s Health Care Future’s (PAHCF) mission is to build on and improve what’s working, where private coverage, Medicare and Medicaid work together to expand access to coverage and care, and fix what’s not.

We want to work together to lower costs, protect patient choice, expand access, improve quality and foster innovation. And whether it’s called Medicare for All, Medicare buy-in, or the public option, one-size-fits-all health care will never allow us to achieve those goals.

That’s why we support building on the strength of employer-provided health coverage and preserving Medicare, Medicaid, and other proven solutions that hundreds of millions of Americans depend on – to expand access to affordable, high-quality coverage for every American.

Who We Are

Every American deserves access to affordable health coverage and high-quality care. Our health care system allows tens of millions of patients and families to receive world-class care delivered by world-class doctors and hospitals.

But we can and must do more to ensure health care works for all Americans.

That’s why we’re working together. The nation’s leading doctors, nurses, clinicians, community hospitals, health insurance providers, and biopharmaceutical companies are committed to working together to ensure every American has access to the affordable, high-quality coverage they deserve.

What We’re For

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Expand Access

Provide access to affordable coverage and care for every American, no matter where they live or how much they earn

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Improve Security

Improve patient care by expanding access to the world’s best doctors, nurses, specialists, treatments, and technology

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Preserve Control

Empower patients with more choice and control over their health care decisions

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Strengthen Employer-Provided Coverage

Build on the strength of the employer-provided health coverage that millions of Americans rely on today

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Protect Our Most Vulnerable

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



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