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HEALTH CARE REFORM FOR MICHIGAN’S MINORITY COMMUNITIES. Jean Chabut Deputy Director for Public Health Michigan Department of Community Health April 30, 2010. Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene. Recession has hit Michigan long and hard – especially in our minority communities
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Human services REFORM FOR MICHIGAN\'S MINORITY COMMUNITIES Jean Chabut Deputy Director for Public Health Michigan Department of Community Health April 30, 2010

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene Recession has hit Michigan long and hard – particularly in our minority groups Of the families at or over 200% Federal Poverty Level – 8.2% are uninsured Of the families beneath 200% Federal Poverty Level – 22.2% are uninsured

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene Michigan Black and Hispanic inhabitants are about 2 times as likely as White occupants to be uninsured (2007) Black – 19% Hispanic – 19% White – 10.3%

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene In Wayne County: Poverty Rate – 20.5% Child Poverty Rate – 29.3%

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene In our urban zones salary levels are stunning: Source 2008 Five City Survey (Population-Based overview of African American grown-ups in urban areas including 80% of Afr-Amer. MI populace)

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene Older Minorities (over age 45) are hit hard, as well:

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene Michigan couldn\'t bear to do NOTHING: Michigan Families are SUFFERING Insurance Premiums are SKYROCKETING In 1997, family medical coverage acquired through a business cost $5,010 In 2006, a similar family health care coverage cost $11,452 By 2016, a similar protection is anticipated to cost $26,180, a 129% expansion more than 2006, which will devour 52.4% of anticipated Michigan middle family wage

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene More People are UNINSURED Every day, 620 Michiganders lose their health care coverage In 2007, 1,096,821 Michiganders under age 65 were uninsured for the whole year, which is 12.4% of the under 65 populace

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Impact on Michigan: Setting the Scene Michigan Businesses SUFFER In 2000, 54.2% of independent companies could offer health care coverage scope to their representatives In 2006, 40.9% of private ventures offered medical advantages

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Our Children Prohibits wellbeing safety net providers from barring scope of kids in light of previous conditions. Stretches out Medicaid to individuals up to 133% Federal Poverty Level.

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Develops the Children\'s Health Insurance Program (Mi-Child) and expands effort and enlistment gifts to achieve more qualified youngsters. Incorporates Oral and Vision Coverage for all youngsters.

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Enhance Quality of Care for Children: A late study found that youngsters get suggested mind not as much as half of the time. Requires new plans to cover counteractive action and wellbeing benefits and exempts these advantages from deductibles and other cost-sharing necessities.

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Our Families Eliminates all lifetime constrains on how much insurance agencies cover if recipients become ill. Bans insurance agencies from dropping individuals from scope when they become ill. This year, permits youthful grown-ups to remain on their folks\' human services arrange until age 26.

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Gives impose credits to working families to ensure they can bear the cost of value scope. This year, gives charge credits to independent ventures so they can offer focused, moderate human services to their workers.

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Decreases cost-moving that increments premiums for guaranteed Americans, by and large, about $1,000 a year. Makes state-based medical coverage Exchanges to give families a similar private protection decisions that the President and Members of Congress will have.

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Will Health Care Reform Be Good for Michigan Families and Minority Communities? Going ahead, the Act will disallow insurance agencies from denying scope to all people. The Act will likewise end separation that charges recipients increasingly in the event that they are wiped out.

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Health Care Reform Helps Seniors, Too This year, gives a $250 discount to Medicare recipients who hit the doughnut gap in 2010. The Act will totally close the doughnut gap for every single doctor prescribed medication by 2020. Not a penny of Medicare assessments or trust assets will be utilized for wellbeing change.

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Health Care Reform Helps Seniors, Too Eliminates deductibles, co-installments, and other cost-sharing for preventive care, and gives free yearly wellbeing registration beginning in 2011. Makes an intentional long haul mind protection program, which will give a money advantage to help seniors and individuals with handicaps get administrations and backings that will empower them to stay in their homes and groups.

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Other Benefits As Well Invests in care developments, for example, group wellbeing groups to enhance the administration of ceaseless illness. Puts resources into the essential care workforce to guarantee that all Americans have admittance to an essential care specialist so they remain more beneficial, longer.

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Other Benefits As Well Provides huge subsidizing for group wellbeing focuses to guarantee high caliber, open care. Moves toward end of differences that minorities as of now face both in the wellbeing and in their medicinal services by putting resources into information accumulation and research about wellbeing variations.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded too Prevention and Public Health reserve to accommodate an extended and managed national interest in avoidance and general wellbeing programs (over the FY 2008 level). Supported at $500M in 2010 and developing to $2B in 2015 and from there on.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded too Prevention and Health Promotion Outreach and Education Campaign to accommodate the arranging and usage of a national open private association for a counteractive action and wellbeing advancement battle.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded also Community Transformation Grants for CDC aggressive awards to State and neighborhood administrative offices and group based associations to diminish incessant infection rates, keep the advancement of optional conditions, and address wellbeing incongruities.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded too Provide $1.5 billion more than five years to states, tribes, and regions to create and execute at least one confirmation based Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Visitation models focused at decreasing newborn child and maternal mortality and its related causes.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded also Provides $75 million every year through FY2014 for gifts to States for projects to instruct youths on both restraint and contraception for counteractive action of high school pregnancy and sexually transmitted contaminations, including HIV/AIDS.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded too State Grants to Promote Community Health Teams that bolster the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Group based interdisciplinary groups will give bolster administrations to essential care works on, including OB/GYN rehearses.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded too Creates a Community Health Center Fund that gives $11 billion in compulsory subsidizing (more than five years) for the Community Health Center program, the National Health Service Corps, and development and remodel of group wellbeing focuses.

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Prevention and Public Health Programs in Communities are Funded too Authorizes $50 million more than 4 years to build up another concede program to bolster school-based wellbeing centers that give wellbeing administrations to youngsters and youths.

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