Inclusive Health Access

A growing number of people in Washington state are uninsured or underinsured. EOI is taking a community-based approach to healthcare by developing policies that expand affordability, comprehensiveness of care, accessibility, and cost containment and that build upon existing infrastructure and programs whenever possible.

EOI believes that necessary healthcare should not be out of reach for anyone regardless of citizenship status, economic status, or health condition.

Research Feed

Educational Opportunity
Washington State Early Learning Hiring and Retention Survey

Statewide Survey Shows Low Pay, High Turnover Cause Education Quality Deficits

Early Learning
Dynamics in Early Childhood Education in Washington State

A Case Study on the Impacts of Low Wages and Inadequate Public Support

Health Care Coverage
Health Coverage in King County

Progress to date - and steps still to be taken

Building on the ACA’s Success

Improving Affordability and Expanding Health coverage in Washington

Blog Feed

Health Care Coverage

February 1, 2019

Washington Legislature Considers Affordable Health Option

Cascade Care will lower cost and preserve quality and choice

Health Care Coverage

January 23, 2019

Why Do Americans Pay More Than Any Other Wealthy Nation for Health Care?

Cascade Care will lower costs for Washington’s families

Health Care Coverage

January 8, 2019

Governor Inslee Announces EOI-Backed Cascade Care, a Public Option Health Plan

Cascade Care ensures that Washingtonians pay no more than 10% of their income on health premiums