HFA through the Bleeding Disorders Health Disparities Council (BDHDC) is launching a survey that will help to inform the organization, community and other key stakeholders about the existence and impact of health disparities and inequities within bleeding disorders.

The survey will provide HFA with a greater understanding of health equity, diversity and inclusion, and it will allow the organization to become a more effective advocate against challenges that prevent people living with bleeding disorders from accessing quality comprehensive care. Moreover, it will assist HFA with future programming, collaborations, and recruitment and hiring efforts.

The survey will be available February 25 鈥 May 31 and can be completed on any computer, touchpad or smartphone. All responses will be kept anonymous and no personal information will be shared.

To take the survey in English or Spanish,聽visit聽Diversity, Equity & Inclusion within Bleeding Disorders.

For questions or more information about the survey, visit the HFA website or contact Policy & Advocacy, Sr. Manager, Kimberly Ramseur at聽

About Bleeding Disorders Health Disparities Council (BDHDC)

The Bleeding Disorders Health Disparities Council (BDHDC) was developed to strengthen the care of persons with blood disorders by identifying areas of health disparities and inequities, assessing needs, developing action items and initiating change. The BDHDC will help facilitate the distribution of community data to Hemophilia Treatment Centers, industry, specialty pharmacies, member organizations and other health care providers and stakeholders.

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