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What We Know About AHCA

The American Health Care Act (AHCA) would undermine the Medicaid program, pull coverage from millions of Americans and drain state budgets. On top of all that, it is also a threat to rural America, the economy, public school districts, those facing opioid addiction and even Americans who are insured by their employer.

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AHCA and Iowans at Risk: Trying to Manage Diabetes

IHA opposes congressional efforts to replace or repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through the recently passed American Health Care Act (AHCA), which threatens to roll back coverage obtained through ACA, putting thousands of Iowans at risk. This is the story of one such Iowan.

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Meet a Hospital Hero: Troy Buchholz

Those who work beside Dr. Buchholz get the pleasure each and every day to witness his amazing character and the outstanding care he provides. Dr. Buchholz’s dedication to Community Memorial Hospital and our patients is exemplary. He has a strong commitment to providing the best possible care to our patients and living the vision to be the health care provider of choice for citizens of Sumner and the surrounding community.

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AHCA: A Storm Gathering on the Horizon

Obscured by foggy notions of improved fiscal flexibility for states and broader insurance choices for individuals, the American Health Care Act (AHCA) will in fact hamstring state budgets and wipe out coverage in ways that endanger the health of thousands of Iowans and the financial viability of the 118 community hospitals they count on.

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