National Health Reform is Good For Massachusetts: The Video

Today, Health Care For All is releasing a powerful video in support of national health care reform. Massachusetts patients, doctors, students, consumer advocates, and representatives of small business and labor come together and talk about why we need national health reform and why it is good for the Commonwealth.

You can view the video above, and it is also available at NationalHealthReformIsGoodForMa.org, and our page with Community Catalyst, voteformyhealth.org

Listen to the emotional and personal stories of why we need national health reform from:

Rebecca Burch, MD, resident physician
Jack Evjy, MD, Massachusetts Medical Society
Gary Gottlieb, MD, President &CEO, Partners HealthCare
Lisa Renee Holderby, community health worker
Travis Howlette, student
Bob Master, MD, President & CEO, Commonwealth Care Alliance
Kristen McCosh, health care consumer & advocate, Boston Center for Independent Living
Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Greater Boston Interfaith Organization
Maria Schiff, Director of Commonwealth Care, Network Health
Amy Slemmer, Executive Director, Health Care For All
Maria Velasquez, health care consumer
Celia Wcislo, 1199SEIU

This diverse group of individuals has a myriad of interests, and they have all coalesced around the goal of urging Congress to pass national health reform.

Contact your member of Congress today and urge them to pass national health reform. Use the button at left to go to the national petition, and then use this link for an easy guide and tool to contact your member of Congress.
-Lindsey Tucker

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