Health Care for All Minnesota (HCA-MN) is dedicated to promoting comprehensive, affordable, high-quality health care for every Minnesotan through advocacy, education, and community organizing. The organization was founded in 2004 under the name Minnesota Universal Health Care Coalition and was renamed as Health Care for All Minnesota (HCA-MN) in 2012.
We believe health care is an essential human need and that unequal access is an injustice. We believe a financial system with premiums are based on ability to pay is the only way we can provide comprehensive, affordable, high-quality health care for every person. Our ultimate goal is a single-payer healthcare financing system for Minnesota and the whole U.S.
Over the course of our history, we have been blessed with a talented board of directors and a series of very effective executive directors. Our board has included many of the leading advocates of single-payer health care in Minnesota for over 30 years. Our executive directors have included the following people: Amy Lange (retired midwife), Eileen Weber (UMN School of Nursing faculty), and Erin Koegel (Minnesota House of Representatives member).