Stick people lifting up a heart The COVID-19 pandemic has brought “extraordinary health iniquities to the surface,” including revelations about how differences in people’s ability to get care can affect their vulnerability to COVID-19.

Health insurers are working to show policymakers in Washington that they are doing their part to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, and to make the U.S. health care delivery and health care finance systems better and more fair.

Matt Eyles, the CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), talked repeatedly about efforts to fight health care disparities Tuesday during the first session at AHIP’s National Health Policy Conference.

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