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HFA Press Release: HFA MEETS GOAL OF 1,000 FANS ON OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE!

September 28, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:    September 28, 2009  Washington, DC:  The Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) launched its first online community social networking medium in July 2009.  HFA’s official Facebook site is designed to make connections and build relationships with community members across the country. On September 19, 2009, just two months after the page was […]

PPTA LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE TOOL

September 28, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  September 23, 2009  Contact: Kara Flynn                                                 Kym H. Kilbourne (443) 458-4669                                                           (443) 458-4682 (443) 370-1177 (cellular)                                           (443) 995-2102 (cellular) kflynn@pptaglobal.org                                            kkilbourne@pptaglobal.org PPTA LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE TOOL (Click Here for PDF) Enhancement to help potential plasma donors find plasma centers  ANNAPOLIS, MD (September 23, 2009) – Visitors to DonatingPlasma.org can more […]

HFA Press Release: HFA COLLABORATES WITH COTT OFFERING TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS TO SURVIVORS’ REUNION-CSL Behring offers $10,000 in support of the scholarships

September 23, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 21, 2009  The Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) will collaborate with the Committee of Ten Thousand (COTT) by offering a total of 33 travel scholarships for members of the Blood Brotherhood Program to attend COTT’s twentieth anniversary celebration and survivors’ reunion.  The celebration will be held at the Liaison Hotel in […]

HFA Press Release: HFA COLLABORATES WITH COTT OFFERING TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS TO SURVIVORS’ REUNION-Baxter offers $15,000 in support of scholarships

September 23, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 21, 2009  The Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) will collaborate with the Committee of Ten Thousand (COTT) by offering a total of 33 travel scholarships for members of the Blood Brotherhood Program to attend COTT’s twentieth anniversary celebration and survivors’ reunion.  The celebration will be held at the Liaison Hotel in […]

2010 State Legislative Preview: NEW HAMPSHIRE

September 21, 2009

NEW HAMPSHIRE RAISES DEPENDENT AGE ON HC POLICIES Most noteworthy for Granite State residents, 2009 saw the increase in the dependent age of children covered under a parents private insurance policy to 29 years of age. Also, New Hampshire continues to impose restrictions on the practice of data mining in light of its landmark bill […]

2010 State Legislative Preview: RHODE ISLAND

September 21, 2009

RI MOVES ON MEDICAID REFORM  In 2009, Ocean State lawmakers passed (H5112) Medicaid Reform. The bill helps RI with their Medicaid waiver. The waiver authorizes the implementation of the RI Global Consumer Choice Demonstration; creates the demonstration implementation taskforce. The bill became effective upon its passage on July 1, 2009 and is intended to lead to […]

2010 State Legislative Preview: VERMONT

September 21, 2009

VT LOOKS TO CONSOLIDATE PAST GAINS 2009 saw Vermont moving to implement comprehensive palliative care legislation, the nation’s strictest direct marketing rules to medical providers and the imposition of sole sourcing for its managed Medicaid program. As if this wasn’t enough, Vermont’s law prohibiting datamining is still making its way through the federal courts, as […]

2010 State Legislative Preview: MASSACHUSETTS

September 21, 2009

LEGISLATION MAKES WAY THROUGH GENERAL COURT Lawmakers on Beacon Hill work to make up for a lackluster beginning of 2009, with the cloud of corruption scandals hanging over senior lawmakers, including former speaker Sal DiMasi. DiMasi has been replaced with Robert DeLeo. Changing leadership teams has meant changes in committee chairs. Two bills punctuate the […]

2010 State Legislative Preview: CONNECTICUT

September 21, 2009

CT TO CONVENE SPECIAL PANEL ON BLEEDING DISORDERS Much depends on the outcome of the special legislative study group on Bleeding Disorders.  The study group is expected to consider issues confronting people with bleeding disorders across the lifecycle.  Co-chaired by State Representatives Karen Jarmoc and Matthew Conway the panel is expected to begin meeting in […]

2010 State Legislative Preview: MAINE

September 21, 2009

MARKETING RULES, 2010 ELECTION DOT ME’S COMING TERM The most important development in Maine is the departure of Jude Walsh, Governor Balducci’s special assistant for Healthcare Finance to Gould Associates. Walsh was the Governor’s point person for facilitating cost containment amongst chronic conditions. Balducci’s days are numbered literally. Term limited in 2010, it is unclear […]


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