A Minnesota HealthCare Plan | Costs Less Covers More | Healthcare Not Health Insurance | Everybody in Nobody Out | Healthcare for People, Not for Profit | Minnesota Can do Healthcare Better

Join the Movement Get Updates


Health Care for All Minnesota (HCAMN) is dedicated to promoting affordable high quality healthcare for every Minnesotan through advocacy, education and community organizing.


We believe healthcare is an essential human need and that unequal access to healthcare is an injustice. It is  critical to remove the excessive profit motive from healthcare. We believe a financial system where premiums are based on ability to pay is the only way we can provide comprehensive, affordable, high quality healthcare for every person.


We envision a comprehensive high quality health care system which:

  • Provides universal and high quality healthcare coverage
  • Covers all types of care, including dental, vision and hearing, mental health, chemical dependency treatment, prescription drugs, medical equipment and supplies, long-term care and home care services
  • Provides permanent healthcare coverage regardless of health, financial or employment status
  • Ensures patients the freedom to choose their doctors, hospitals and other providers
  • Restores to doctors and patients the ultimate authority over decisions about medical care.
  • Removes the power of private corporations to make health policy and gives this power back to the community
  • Reduces costs by cutting administrative bureaucracy, not by restricting or denying care
  • Is funded through payments based on the person’s ability to pay, so as not to deny full access to any Minnesotan
  • Focuses on preventive care and early intervention to improve the health of all Minnesotans and reduce costs from untreated illnesses and diseases.


Unify a state based movement of committed individuals and organizations to:

  1. Educate and engage Minnesotans on the issues of healthcare financing reform
  2. Build a base of support for reform, connecting individuals and groups
  3. Work with legislators to pass and implement healthcare financing reform for Minnesota


Contact US:



Facts about Health Insurance in Minnesota
50 to 67%
increases to health-insurance-premium rates in 2017 in MN
Nearly 65%
of personal bankruptcies are linked to illness & medical bills
Only 35%
of small employers with 1-49 employees offer health insurance
1 1/2 to 3 times
higher uninsured rates for people of color in Minnesota

In the News