Issue 2 is a Problem, Not a Cure

The Ohio AAP believes the cost of prescription drugs ought to be reined in but are concerned that the vaguely-worded ballot issue would impose unworkable contracting requirements for state prescription drug prices and could cause private insurance costs to rise along with providing access problems for children and their families. Get more details on why the Ohio AAP opposes Issue 2. Read More »

Tell Congress to Extend CHIP Funding Now

The U.S. Senate decided not to vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill that would have jeopardized health care for millions of Americans. But, our work is far from over, as we must immediately turn our attention to extending funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Read More »

Your Voice Has Been Heard – Ohio’s Children Thank You!

Over the past six months, your voices have resonated as advocates for child health at the state and federal level. The Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics (Ohio AAP) sincerely appreciates your tireless commitment and collective engagement, including things such as: responding to calls to action by making phone calls, sending emails, tweeting and writing letters on numerous emergent issues. Read More »