This week, the Vice President and Dr. Biden traveled to Chile to attend the President's inauguration, while this President worked on improving access to college for students, raising the minimum wage, and negotiating a peaceful settlement to the conflict in Ukraine. He also got out the word about this year's March 31st deadline for health insurance applications, congratulated NCAA champs, and designated a new national monument.
The Obama Administration cares deeply about innovation, and about helping to make sure that geeks across the country, those coming up with new discoveries and exciting inventions have the freedom and security to keep innovating.That’s why today we are launching #GeeksGetCovered, an effort focused on encouraging healthcare enrollment among geeks, innovators, and entrepreneurs.
President Obama drops by a meeting with some of the most popular content creators on YouTube to talk about the issues that they care the most about, including education, economic opportunity, and access to quality, affordable health care.
The First Lady travels to Miami to meet with folks doing extraordinary work on the ground to get more people health coverage — and takes over the @MichelleObama Instagram account to share it all with you.
This week, the President announced two new manufacturing hubs, and his "My Brother's Keeper" initiative, toured a new light rail system in St. Paul, Minnesota, and spoke on the importance of supporting American infrastructure jobs. The First Lady celebrated the fourth anniversary of her "Let's Move" Initiative with both Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler, while the Vice President kicked off the inaugural episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The Region 5 Regional Interagency Working Group (RIWG) of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) partnered with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the State of Illinois to host a Health Care Roundtable in February.
Crime doesn’t pay when it comes to defrauding Medicare or Medicaid -- but our crime-fighting efforts do. Over the past three years, every dollar we’ve invested to fight fraud and abuse has returned $8.10 to the American taxpayer.
February 26, 2014 at 5:26 PM ET by Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Eric Holder
Millions of Americans are eligible for new or improved coverage. And if you're one of them, you've only got until March 31st to get covered. President Obama recorded a message just for you -- watch it now, then go to HealthCare.gov.
On February 18th, in partnership with the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), we’re calling on congregations, Jewish advocacy and social service organizations, and anyone in the Jewish community who is interest to participate in the Jewish Community Day of Action for Health Care Coverage.
President Obama records a video message to help educate Latinos about the benefits and protections under the Affordable Care Act and encourage them to sign up for health coverage. Check out the message and hear the President talk about the tools available to help you and your “amigos, familia and vecinos” #GetCovered
As we join with President Obama in making 2014 a Year of Action, I want to take this opportunity to invite you join in a Google Hangout on Wednesday, February 5 at 3pm to discuss our progress and our challenges as they relate to health and human services in the African American community.