As practitioners, caregivers, concerned citizens and members of the RCA, we assert that long-term care is an essential component of a national healthcare insurance system in which need, not ability to pay, should determine the level of care. Invigorating the political will to achieve a proper plan for universal, high quality long-term care warrants our urgent attention.
The RCA Nashville chapter is made up of students, researchers, teachers and clinicians trying to build a culture of patients over profits in Nashville.
Gainesville is the largest city in North Central Florida and the home of the University of Florida. Gainesville is known for its festivals, parks, and museums. And now we’re bringing together doctors, students, and patients together to find out how we can make this beautiful city a place for right care as well.
The RCA Washington D.C. chapter is a diverse group of clinicians, patients, caregivers, advocates, students, health journalists, and other community members working for Right Care in the D.C. area.
The Right Care Alliance Patient Council brings together patients and their families to radically transform our health care system into one that places the health and wellbeing of patients first and delivers Right Care to all people.
The RCA Primary Care Council brings together family practitioners, internal medicine physicians, patients, and others to advocate for accessible and patient-centered care.
Right Care Boston is a group of more than 100 Boston-area health care professionals and the general public supported by the Right Care Alliance.