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[AMSA] Participate in Cover the Uninsured Week!

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As you know, the issue of the uninsured is one of America=92s biggest
health challenges- one that has been growing worse during this period of
weak economic growth. In fact, data recently released by the U.S. Census
Bureau reveal that 41.2 million Americans were uninsured in 2001, up 1.4
million from the previous year.  There are more than 390,000 people
without health insurance in Minnesota. To address this important issue,
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and some of the most influential
organizations in the United States, including the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce and the AFL-CIO, are cosponsoring Cover the Uninsured Week.
Former Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter are Honorary Co-Chairs of
this important, unprecedented and non-partisan effort.
On behalf of Cover the Uninsured Week Minnesota, we are writing to
request your participation and support for this important week of
events.. We are sure that you agree that the current state of the
uninsured is unacceptable, and that we must move the issue to the
forefront of the nation=92s agenda and begin to find solutions for the
millions of Americans who so desperately need our help.
Cover the Uninsured Week Minnesota is being organized by a broad
coalition of local organizations including the AARP, AFL-CIO, Blue Cross
and Blue Shield of Minnesota, Children=92s Defense Fund, Cover All Kids
Coalition, Families USA/COACT, Minnesota Business Partnership, Minnesota
Chamber of Commerce, Minnesota Council of Health Plans, Minnesota
Hospital Association, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota Nurses
Association, Minnesota United Way, Service Employees International Union
Local 113, and others.
The success of these events depends on getting the word out about the
week. With the help of your organization and other groups and others we
will raise awareness around this important issue. Today we are asking
you to take five steps to support this important event.
1. Encourage your organizations members, employees, families and friends
in the health care field and to participate in the week.
2. Link to the Cover the Uninsured Week web site (
www.CoverTheUninsuredWeek.org/week/register
<http://www.covertheuninsuredweek.org/week/register> ) and register your
support for the week.
3. Attend the town meeting event on Monday, March 10th at the Minnesota
History Center showing elected officials your support of the need to
cover the uninsured.
4. Contact Grassroots Solutions and let them know you want to be
involved:  [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> .
5. If your organiation would like to help organize these events, contact
Alana Petersen at Grassroots Solutions: (651) 645-2433
For more information on getting involved in Cover the Uninsured Week,
contact Alana Petersen at Grassroots Solutions: 651-645-2433,=20
[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> .=20
Grassroots Solutions <http://www.grassrootssolutions.com/>  has been
contracted to coordinate these events in Minnesota. Below you will find
a drop-in article on Cover the Uninsured Week to use in your
organization's newsletter. Again, we encourage you to get active in
raising the awareness of the plight of the uninsured.
We look forward to working with you.
=20
Cover the Uninsured Week Minnesota
Minneapolis/St. Paul Cover the Uninsured Week Schedule
Date: Saturday, March 8, 2003
Event: PICA Health and Fitness Event-Health Fair Minneapolis
Location: McKnight Center, 4225 Third Avenue South in Minneapolis
Time: Noon to 3:00 p.m.
Description: Cover the Uninsured Week has partnered with Head Start
Parents in the Twin Cities to host a Minneapolis based health and
fitness event. Both public and private health insurance providers will
be participating to begin the enrollment process for the uninsured. With
over 30 University of Minnesota Medical Students on site to perform
health screenings residents will help gather the follow-up intake
information. The event will also feature aerobics classes, healthy food
demonstrations, anti-tobacco kits, immunization Information, free growth
charts and other giveaways.
Date: Monday, March 10, 2003
Event: Town Hall Meeting
Location: Minnesota Historical Society, 3M Auditorium
                345 Kellogg Boulevard West, St. Paul MN 55102
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Description: The Minneapolis Town Hall Meeting will be a panel
discussion featuring different constituencies all concerned about the
problem of the uninsured.
Participating organizations include: AARP, American Federation of
Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), American Hospital
Association, American Medical Association, American Nurses Association,
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Families USA, Service Employees
International Union, United Way of America, U.S. Chamber of Commerce,
Cover All Kids Coalition, Childrens=92 Defense Fund, Minnesota Business
Partnership, Council of Health Plans
Date: Tuesday, March 11, 2003
Event: On-Campus Panel Discussion
Location: University of Minnesota,
Malcom Moos Health Sciences Tower (room 2-690) Minneapolis
Time: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Description: The Minneapolis On-Campus event will feature a panel
discussion of respected health, policy and academic professionals.
Focusing on an "Ethics vs. Economics" theme, participants will compare
the moral imperative health professional=92s share to provide care to =
all
people with the troubles of an economically flawed system. Students will
have a chance to ask questions of the panel. The event will be held over
the lunch hour. Students from the campuses throughout the
Minneapolis/St. Paul area have been invited to attend.
Participating organizations include: American Medical Student
Association, Association of Academic Health Centers, Association of
American Medical Colleges, Association of Schools of Public Health,
American Association of Colleges of Nursing, UCare, American College of
Physicians, and The University of Minnesota
Date: Thursday, March 13, 2003
Event: Business & Labor
Description: The business and labor day will be a media tour to discuss
the business and labor perspective around the uninsured.
Participating organizations include: AARP Minnesota, Minnesota AFL-CIO,
Minnesota Business Partnership, MN Chamber of Commerce, Blue Cross Blue
Shield, Minnesota Nurses Association, Service Employees International
Union, and local small businesses.
Date: Friday, March 14, 2003
Event: Interfaith Press Conference "Call for Care"
Description: Interfaith weekend will begin on Friday, March 14 with a
multi-faith press conference to celebrate the diverse faith community. A
discussion will address the moral obligation to provide all American
with quality healthcare coverage. Participants will also bring these
messages back to their congregations by incorporating them into sermons,
homilies and khutbahs. Inserts will be placed in distributed materials
after services.
Participating organizations include: Childrens Defense Fund,
Congregations Concerned for Children and the Jewish Community Relations
Council, and the Baptist Convention.
Date: Saturday, March 15, 2003
Event: Health Fair
Location: Arlington High School; 1495 Rice Street; St. Paul, MN 55117
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Description: Minnesota CTUW has partnered with MetroEast, a
community-based program dedicated to the promotion of healthy families,
to host a metro-wide health fair. Over 50 health-related organizations
will provide access to insurance information, screenings, and
educational materials. Mei Young, a DJ at the Twin Cities most popular
Radio Station - KQRS-FM - will MC, and entertainment for the event
includes open swimming at Arlington=92s Olympic size pool, magicians, an
American Indian Dance group, and a Hmong Dance group.
Participating organizations include: MetroEast Clinic, RWJF grantees and
Cover All Kids, Alliance of Community Health Plans, American Academy of
Emergency Physicians, American Academy of Family Physicians, American
Academy of Pediatrics, American Dental Association, American Association
of Health Plans, American Red Cross, Association of State and
Territorial Health Officials, National Association of City and County
Health Officials, National Association of Public Hospitals & Health
Systems, National Hispanic Medical Association, National Medical
Association, Volunteers in Health included: AARP Minnesota, Cover All
Kids, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota Hospital Association,
Neighborhood Health Care Network, Association of Primary Care Clinics,
City of Minneapolis, Department of Health and Family Service.
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Drop in Article
[ORGANIZATION] TAKES PART IN NATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR THE UNINSURED
Cover the Uninsured Week to Raise Awareness
[ORGANIZATION] has joined with AARP, AFL-CIO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield
of Minnesota, Children=92s Defense Fund, Cover All Kids Coalition,
Families USA/COACT, Minnesota Business Partnership, Minnesota Chamber of
Commerce, Minnesota Council of Health Plans, Minnesota Hospital
Association, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota Nurses
Association, Minnesota United Way, Service Employees International Union
Local 113, and other Minnesota organizations, to sponsor Cover the
Uninsured Week, a weeklong series of events to be held in Minnesota
March 10 to March 16, 2003.
Events will be held in communities from coast to coast, with former
Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter serving as Honorary Co-Chairs.
The week will help raise awareness about the plight of the uninsured and
encourage Americans to find solutions. Leading the effort is a diverse
group of national organizations, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
and AFL-CIO, and three major health foundations - The Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation, The California Endowment and the W.K. Kellogg
Foundation. Plans for the week include paid advertising, health and
enrollment fairs, town hall meetings, campus discussions, interfaith
events and more to help people learn about the issue, find resources and
share their stories.
Nearly 400,000 Minnesota residents are living without health care
coverage-and the number is growing. Data show that people without health
insurance delay getting necessary medical care and, live with untreated
illness. Some even die younger as a result. With health care costs
rising, even more Americans are likely to become uninsured, as people
and employers increasingly are unable to afford coverage.
To learn more about Cover the Uninsured Week events, the impact the
issue has on all Americans and what you can do, go to=20
www.CoverTheUninsuredWeek.org. <http://www.covertheuninsuredweek.org/>=20
In addition to the events listed in the side bar, Cover the Uninsured
Week will also include Business and Labor and Interfaith activities.
		Health & Fitness Fair
		Saturday, March 8
		12:00 - 3:00 p.m.
		McKnight Center
		4225 Third Ave S, Minneapolis
		On the spot health & insurance screenings, entertainment
and refreshments.
		Town Hall Meeting
		Monday, March 10
		12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
		Minnesota Historical Society, 3M Auditorium
		345 Kellogg Blvd., W., St. Paul
		To be televised by Twin Cities Public TV
		On-Campus Panel
		Tuesday, March 11
		12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
		University of MN
		Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower, (Room 2-690)
		Ethics vs. Economics
		Feelin=92 Good Health Fair
		Saturday, March 15
		11:00a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
		Arlington High School
		1495 Rice St., St. Paul
		On the spot health and insurance screenings,
entertainment and refreshments.
For more information on the events contact Alana Petersen
[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>=20
 or at 651-645-2433


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<p align=3D"left">As you know, the issue of the uninsured is one of =
America&#8217;s biggest health challenges- one that has been growing =
worse during this period of weak economic growth. In fact, data recently =
released by the U.S. Census Bureau reveal that 41.2 million Americans =
were uninsured in 2001, up 1.4 million from the previous year.&#160; =
There are more than 390,000 people without health insurance in =
Minnesota. To address this important issue, The Robert Wood Johnson =
Foundation and some of the most influential organizations in the United =
States, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the AFL-CIO, are =
cosponsoring <i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i>. Former Presidents Gerald =
Ford and Jimmy Carter are Honorary Co-Chairs of this important, =
unprecedented and non-partisan effort.</p>

<p align=3D"left">On behalf of Cover the Uninsured Week Minnesota, we =
are writing to request your participation and support for this important =
week of events.. We are sure that you agree that the current state of =
the uninsured is unacceptable, and that we must move the issue to the =
forefront of the nation&#8217;s agenda and begin to find solutions for =
the millions of Americans who so desperately need our help.</p>

<p align=3D"left"><i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i> Minnesota is being =
organized by a broad coalition of local organizations including the =
AARP, AFL-CIO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, Children&#8217;s =
Defense Fund, Cover All Kids Coalition, Families USA/COACT, Minnesota =
Business Partnership, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, Minnesota Council =
of Health Plans, Minnesota Hospital Association, Minnesota Medical =
Association, Minnesota Nurses Association, Minnesota United Way, Service =
Employees International Union Local 113, and others.</p>

<p align=3D"left">The success of these events depends on getting the =
word out about the week. With the help of your organization and other =
groups and others we will raise awareness around this important issue. =
Today we are asking you to take five steps to support this important =
event.</p>

<p>1. Encourage your organizations members, employees, families and =
friends in the health care field and to participate in the week.<br>
2. Link to the <i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i> web site (<a =
href=3D"http://www.covertheuninsuredweek.org/week/register">www.CoverTheU=
ninsuredWeek.org/week/register</a>) and register your support for the =
week.<br>
3. Attend the town meeting event on Monday, March 10th at the Minnesota =
History Center showing elected officials your support of the need to =
cover the uninsured.<br>
4. Contact Grassroots Solutions and let them know you want to be =
involved:&#160;<a =
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]
</a>.<br>
5. If your organiation would like to help organize these events, contact =
Alana Petersen at Grassroots Solutions: (651) 645-2433</p>

<p>For more information on getting involved in <i>Cover the Uninsured =
Week</i>, contact Alana Petersen at Grassroots Solutions: =
651-645-2433,&#160;<a =
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]
om</a>.&#160;<a href=3D"http://www.grassrootssolutions.com/">Grassroots =
Solutions</a>&#160;has been contracted to coordinate these events in =
Minnesota.&#160;<font size=3D"3">Below you will find a drop-in article =
on</font> <i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i> <font size=3D"3">to use in =
your organization's newsletter. Again, we encourage you to get active in =
raising the awareness of the plight of the uninsured.</font></p>

<p>We look forward to working with you.</p>

<p>&#160;</p>

<p align=3D"center"><i><font size=3D"5">Cover the Uninsured Week =
Minnesota</font></i></p>

<p align=3D"center"><b><font face=3D"Times New Roman" =
size=3D"4">Minneapolis/St. Paul Cover the Uninsured Week =
Schedule</font></b></p>

<p><b><font face=3D"Times New Roman" size=3D"3">Date:</font> Saturday, =
March 8, 2003<br>
</b><b>Event</b>: PICA Health and Fitness Event-Health Fair =
Minneapolis<br>
<b>Location:</b> McKnight Center, 4225 Third Avenue South in =
Minneapolis<br>
<b>Time:</b> Noon to 3:00 p.m.</p>

<p><b>Description:</b> Cover the Uninsured Week has partnered with Head =
Start Parents in the Twin Cities to host a Minneapolis based health and =
fitness event. Both public and private health insurance providers will =
be participating to begin the enrollment process for the uninsured. With =
over 30 University of Minnesota Medical Students on site to perform =
health screenings residents will help gather the follow-up intake =
information. The event will also feature aerobics classes, healthy food =
demonstrations, anti-tobacco kits, immunization Information, free growth =
charts and other giveaways.</p>

<p dir=3D"ltr" style=3D"MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px"><strong>Date: Monday, March =
10, 2003</strong><br>
<b>Event:</b> Town Hall Meeting<br>
<b>Location:</b> Minnesota Historical Society, 3M Auditorium<br>
&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&=
#160;&#160;&#160; 345 Kellogg Boulevard West, St. Paul MN 55102<br>
<b>Time:</b> 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.</p>

<p><b>Description:</b> The Minneapolis Town Hall Meeting will be a panel =
discussion featuring different constituencies all concerned about the =
problem of the uninsured.</p>

<p><b>Participating organizations include:</b> AARP, American Federation =
of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), American =
Hospital Association, American Medical Association, American Nurses =
Association, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Families USA, =
Service Employees International Union, United Way of America, U.S. =
Chamber of Commerce, Cover All Kids Coalition, Childrens&#8217; Defense =
Fund, Minnesota Business Partnership, Council of Health Plans</p>

<p><strong>Date: Tuesday, March 11, 2003</strong></p>

<p><b>Event:</b> On-Campus Panel Discussion<br>
<b>Location:</b> University of Minnesota,<br>
Malcom Moos Health Sciences Tower (room 2-690) Minneapolis<br>
<b>Time:</b> 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.</p>

<p><b>Description:</b> The Minneapolis On-Campus event will feature a =
panel discussion of respected health, policy and academic professionals. =
Focusing on an "Ethics vs. Economics" theme, participants will compare =
the moral imperative health professional&#8217;s share to provide care =
to all people with the troubles of an economically flawed system. =
Students will have a chance to ask questions of the panel. The event =
will be held over the lunch hour. Students from the campuses throughout =
the Minneapolis/St. Paul area have been invited to attend.</p>

<p><b>Participating organizations include:</b> American Medical Student =
Association, Association of Academic Health Centers, Association of =
American Medical Colleges, Association of Schools of Public Health, =
American Association of Colleges of Nursing, UCare, American College of =
Physicians, and The University of Minnesota</p>

<p><strong>Date: Thursday, March 13, 2003</strong><br>
<b>Event</b>: Business &amp; Labor</p>

<p><b>Description:</b> The business and labor day will be a media tour =
to discuss the business and labor perspective around the uninsured.</p>

<p><b>Participating organizations include:</b> AARP Minnesota, Minnesota =
AFL-CIO, Minnesota Business Partnership, MN Chamber of Commerce, Blue =
Cross Blue Shield, Minnesota Nurses Association, Service Employees =
International Union, and local small businesses.</p>

<p><strong>Date: Friday, March 14, 2003</strong><br>
<b>Event:</b> Interfaith Press Conference "Call for Care"</p>

<p><b>Description:</b> Interfaith weekend will begin on Friday, March 14 =
with a multi-faith press conference to celebrate the diverse faith =
community. A discussion will address the moral obligation to provide all =
American with quality healthcare coverage. Participants will also bring =
these messages back to their congregations by incorporating them into =
sermons, homilies and khutbahs. Inserts will be placed in distributed =
materials after services.</p>

<p><b>Participating organizations include:</b> Childrens Defense Fund, =
Congregations Concerned for Children and the Jewish Community Relations =
Council, and the Baptist Convention.</p>

<p><strong>Date: Saturday, March 15, 2003</strong><br>
<b>Event:</b> Health Fair<br>
<b>Location:</b> Arlington High School; 1495 Rice Street; St. Paul, MN =
55117<br>
<b>Time:</b> 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.</p>

<p><b>Description:</b> Minnesota CTUW has partnered with MetroEast, a =
community-based program dedicated to the promotion of healthy families, =
to host a metro-wide health fair. Over 50 health-related organizations =
will provide access to insurance information, screenings, and =
educational materials. Mei Young, a DJ at the Twin Cities most popular =
Radio Station - KQRS-FM - will MC, and entertainment for the event =
includes open swimming at Arlington&#8217;s Olympic size pool, =
magicians, an American Indian Dance group, and a Hmong Dance group.</p>

<p><b>Participating organizations include:</b> MetroEast Clinic, RWJF =
grantees and Cover All Kids<i>,</i> Alliance of Community Health Plans, =
American Academy of Emergency Physicians, American Academy of Family =
Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Dental Association, =
American Association of Health Plans, American Red Cross, Association of =
State and Territorial Health Officials, National Association of City and =
County Health Officials, National Association of Public Hospitals &amp; =
Health Systems, National Hispanic Medical Association, National Medical =
Association, Volunteers in Health included: AARP Minnesota, Cover All =
Kids, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota Hospital Association, =
Neighborhood Health Care Network, Association of Primary Care =
Clinics<b>,</b> City of Minneapolis, Department of Health and Family =
Service.</p>

<p>&#160;</p>

<p><b><font color=3D"#000000">Drop in Article</font></b></p>

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<div style=3D"MARGIN-LEFT: 4em">
<p align=3D"center"><b><font size=3D"4">[ORGANIZATION] TAKES PART IN =
NATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR THE UNINSURED</font></b></p>

<p align=3D"center"><i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i> to Raise =
Awareness</p>
</div>

<p>[ORGANIZATION] has joined with <font size=3D"3">AARP, AFL-CIO, Blue =
Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, Children&#8217;s Defense Fund, Cover =
All Kids Coalition, Families USA/COACT, Minnesota Business Partnership, =
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, Minnesota Council of Health Plans, =
Minnesota Hospital Association, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota =
Nurses Association, Minnesota United Way, Service Employees =
International Union Local 113, and other Minnesota organizations,</font> =
to sponsor <i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i>, a weeklong series of events =
to be held in Minnesota March 10 to March 16, 2003.</p>

<p>Events will be held in communities from coast to coast, with former =
Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter serving as Honorary Co-Chairs. =
The week will help raise awareness about the plight of the uninsured and =
encourage Americans to find solutions. Leading the effort is a diverse =
group of national organizations, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce =
and AFL-CIO, and three major health foundations - The Robert Wood =
Johnson Foundation, The California Endowment and the W.K. Kellogg =
Foundation. Plans for the week include paid advertising, health and =
enrollment fairs, town hall meetings, campus discussions, interfaith =
events and more to help people learn about the issue, find resources and =
share their stories.</p>

<p>Nearly 400,000 Minnesota residents are living without health care =
coverage-and the number is growing. Data show that people without health =
insurance delay getting necessary medical care and, live with untreated =
illness. Some even die younger as a result. With health care costs =
rising, even more Americans are likely to become uninsured, as people =
and employers increasingly are unable to afford coverage.</p>

<p>To learn more about <i>Cover the Uninsured Week</i> events, the =
impact the issue has on all Americans and what you can do, go to&#160;<a =
href=3D"http://www.covertheuninsuredweek.org/">www.CoverTheUninsuredWeek.=
org.</a></p>

<p>In addition to the events listed in the side bar, Cover the Uninsured =
Week will also include Business and Labor and Interfaith activities.</p>
</div>
</div>

<blockquote dir=3D"ltr" style=3D"MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
<blockquote dir=3D"ltr" style=3D"MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
<p><font size=3D"2"><strong>Health &amp; Fitness Fair<br>
</strong>Saturday, March 8<br>
12:00 - 3:00 p.m.<br>
</font><font size=3D"1">McKnight Center<br>
4225 Third Ave S, Minneapolis<br>
On the spot health &amp; insurance screenings, entertainment and =
refreshments.</font></p>

<p><font size=3D"2"><strong>Town Hall Meeting<br>
</strong>Monday, March 10<br>
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.<br>
</font><font size=3D"1">Minnesota Historical Society, 3M Auditorium<br>
345 Kellogg Blvd., W., St. Paul<br>
To be televised by Twin Cities Public TV</font></p>

<p><font size=3D"2"><strong>On-Campus Panel<br>
</strong>Tuesday, March 11<br>
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.<br>
</font><font size=3D"1">University of MN<br>
Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower, (Room 2-690)<br>
Ethics vs. Economics</font></p>

<p><font size=3D"2"><strong>Feelin&#8217; Good Health Fair<br>
</strong>Saturday, March 15<br>
11:00a.m. - 2:00 p.m.<br>
</font><font size=3D"1">Arlington High School<br>
1495 Rice St., St. Paul<br>
On the spot health and insurance screenings, entertainment and =
refreshments.</font></p>
</blockquote>
</blockquote>

<p style=3D"MARGIN-LEFT: 2em" align=3D"center"><b><font face=3D"Times =
New Roman, Times" size=3D"3">For more information on the events contact =
Alana Petersen</font></b></p>

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