The Chronic Illness and Disability Partnership consists of national organizations representing individuals living with a wide range of chronic illnesses and disabilities. The Partnership was initially formed after the passage of the Affordable Care Act to ensure that implementation of the law was carried out in a manner that adequately addressed the health needs of those living with chronic illnesses and disabilities. As we face a period of substantial uncertainty regarding the future of the Affordable Care Act, the Partnership continues to advocate for and protect access to care for these vulnerable populations.
Comment letters CIDP has sent in response to various regulatory and administrative actions.
Resources related to recent regulatory development in private insurance impacting the chronic illness and disability community.
Short-Term Limited Duration Insurance, Association Health Plans, and other non-ACA Compliant Coverage
ACA Marketplace Regulatory Changes
ACA In the Courts
Other ACA Issues
KFF Waiver Resources
CBPP Waiver Resources
ACS-CAN Waiver Resources
FUSA Waiver Resources
The Chronic Illness and Disability Partnership is collecting stories to document the importance of Medicaid among our communities and the negative impacts caused by harmful waiver proposals.
Please use this link to submit stories. Be sure to answer the question “Were you referred by another organization?” so that we may accurately track the story’s origin.
CIDP materials produced during the 2017 fight to stop the repeal of the ACA.