Capitol Hill Briefing Series on Women’s Health Policy
Kaiser Family Foundation Capitol Hill Briefing Series on Women’s Health Policy
Women’s health needs and economic circumstances make health coverage and access to care important throughout their lives. They are disproportionately affected by changes in policies that impact both the private and public sectors. To provide policymakers with up-to-date information and allow for an interchange of ideas with experts in the field, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, in partnership with Women’s Policy, Inc., sponsors this Capitol Hill briefing series on women’s health policy.
Each briefing in the series focuses on different aspects of Women’s Health Policy. Topics include:
- Women, Work, and Family Health: A Balancing Act
- The State Fiscal Crisis: What’s at Stake for Women’s Health?
- Challenges in Coverage and Access: Key Findings from the New Kaiser Women’s Health Survey
- A Profile of Women’s Health: An Agenda for Change
- Women and Medicare: Making the Connection
- Women and HIV/AIDS: Overlooked and Underserved
- Access to Health Coverage: Are Low-Income Women Falling Through the Cracks?
- Expanding Access and Coverage for Women’s Health Services: Are State Solutions Enough?
Women, Work, and Family Health: A Balancing Act This briefing addresses the multiple roles that women play to meet their family’s health care needs and the challenges that women face in balancing family health and workplace responsibilities. Topics covered include special challenges for low-income women as well as public and private sector work/family policies. (Wednesday, October 8, 2003)
also of interest
- Round 2 on the Legal Challenges to Contraceptive Coverage: Are Nonprofits "Substantially Burdened" by the "Accommodation"?
- A Gender Gap in Economic Security for Seniors
- Preventive Services Covered by Private Health Plans under the Affordable Care Act
- Minimum Contraceptive Coverage Requirements Clarified by HHS Guidance