We are looking for individuals who are interested in supporting the advocacy efforts of the Pennsylvania Bleeding Disorders Foundations throughout the year. Do you have a desire to meet with
NHF’s Washington Days is an opportunity for people affected by inherited blood disorders to advocate for issues important to them. Washington Days will take place in person March 8-10, 2023.
Insurers use copay accumulators to accept third-party copay assistance for a patient’s medication without counting these payments towards a patient’s cost-sharing obligations, lulling patients into a false sense of security
Join the NPF and IDF at 3:00 PM EST on Dec 12, 2022 for a free webinar “Copay Accumulators: Barriers to Patient Access and Legislative Fixes in PA.” Click here
To RSVP to this program, or for any questions or additional details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Chapter office at 724-741-6160 by 3pm on November 23rd.
Click here to register by the end of the day on September 29
Click here to take action! Earlier this year, State Senate Bill 225 passed the Senate unanimously, bringing patients one step closer to having better access to care. Now, we’re racing
Click here to read our 2022 Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk Program!: https://wpbdf.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/2022-Walk-Program_update_9_9.pdf
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As you might know, Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program has a Preferred Drug List. Not all products used to treat bleeding disorders are on the preferred drug list. If a doctor wants