The Washington State Department of Health has announced a $25 million grant for the state’s first universal health care system, the “Universal Family Health Plan,” which will serve as the state health insurance provider.
The plan will be a part of the state Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Affordable Care Act, and it is the first of its kind in the country.
The new program, which is being developed as a pilot, is being modeled on the National Health Insurance Program (NHPIP), which provides health coverage to millions of Americans.
“As a public health agency, we are focused on reducing costs, providing high-quality care, and protecting the health of our people,” Health Commissioner David Schmid said in a statement.
“This pilot program is designed to address some of the challenges facing public health and address our state’s unique challenges in implementing the NHPIP.”
In addition to providing a high-standard of care, the Universal Family Health plan will serve the needs of the public health system, providing access to health care coverage for the most vulnerable people and families in our state.
It will also provide access to comprehensive mental health services and support services to the most underserved populations.
“The pilot program, launched in early April, will be the first for a state-level universal health insurance plan in the nation.
A state-run plan is already in place for Washington, where a $9.5 billion plan has been rolled out in three phases.
According to the announcement, the state will be responsible for implementing the plan and administering it, and will administer the program through an office in the state department of health.
The state will also oversee and oversee its own enrollees, providing information about how to access the health insurance and pay the premiums.”
The plan is being billed as a “state-of-the-art system for universal health coverage for people who can’t afford private health insurance.” “
The Universal Family health plan is designed for the very people who are struggling to access health care in our region and the state, as well as the people who need it most.”
The plan is being billed as a “state-of-the-art system for universal health coverage for people who can’t afford private health insurance.”
The plan will provide for coverage of “all levels of care” including hospitalizations, prescriptions, dental care, vision and hearing aids, physical therapy, prescription drugs, prescription eyeglasses and other services.
The state will have to pay for a total of $100 million of the program’s costs.
The announcement comes as the Trump administration has announced that it will not allow states to set up their own universal health plans under the ACA.