Many individuals in the bleeding disorders community rely on co-pay assistance from drug manufacturers and charities to maintain access to their high-cost treatments. This financial assistance is often a lifeline to those with serious, chronic conditions.
However, insurance companies are increasingly utilizing co-pay accumulator programs, which prevent co-pay assistance from being counted toward an individual’s deductible or out-of-pocket maximum. Co-pay accumulators hinder the accessibility and affordability of treatments for those in the bleeding disorders community, as well as for others with chronic conditions.
Please take a moment to ask your state senator to cosponsor SB 196 to protect patients in Pennsylvania by ensuring all co-pay assistance counts.
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