Inclusive Health Access

Health equity means that patients have the care they need when they need it, regardless of personal characteristics such as gender, ethnicity, geographic location, and socioeconomic status. Today, hundreds of thousands of people in Washington State are uninsured or underinsured and have limited access to the health care they need. 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, as a pathway to universal affordable coverage.

Research Feed

Inclusive Health Access
Recession Budgets Left Washington Vulnerable to COVID-19

Cuts deprived people of resiliency and opportunity for years after the economy recovered

Inclusive Health Access
Health Coverage in Washington State

An Overview of Washington’s Health Care System

Healthy Communities
Extending Apple Health to Save Mothers’ Lives

Senate Bill 6128 addresses the crisis by supporting the most vulnerable

Healthy Communities
Addressing Our Health Care Affordability Crisis

HB 2821 improves affordability by replacing a federal tax on insurance providers

Blog Feed

Funding Public Services

August 24, 2021

2021 Federal Reconciliation Package Priorities

The U.S. Congress is working out the details of a Human and Care Infrastructure package that will make major investments in childcare, health care, paid family and medical leave and more

Healthy Communities

July 30, 2021

Happy Anniversary to Medicare and Medicaid

What we've gained and why it's urgent to keep pushing for change