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State of the States: Spring/Summer 2021

July 26, 2021

  Six new states enact prohibitions against copay accumulator adjusters Bills preventing health plans from pocketing the cost-sharing assistance provided by manufacturers or non-profits (and refusing to apply it to a consumer鈥檚 deductible or out-of-pocket maximum) were signed into law this session in six additional states. The victories in Arkansas (H.B. 1569), Connecticut (S.B. 1003), […]

Starting from zero

October 18, 2009

If you could start from scratch, what kind of system would you design to serve the bleeding disorders community?Would you change the way you receive medical attention? Are you happy with the way product arrives at your home? What might you keep? What would you ditch? The State of Connecticut is beginning to have a […]

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.聽 The study group is expected to consider issues confronting people with bleeding disorders across the lifecycle.聽 Co-chaired by State Representatives Karen Jarmoc and Matthew Conway the panel is expected to begin meeting in […]

The long view…

September 9, 2009

Every so often it is important to take stock of where you are, where you have been and where you are going in politics. The national debate around healthcare reform has garnered a majority of the TV time and column inches in the newspaper. Events happening in DC right now are critical. Regardless of the […]

About Advisory Committees…

August 1, 2009

Last week, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland vetoed the formation of a new Hemophilia Advisory Committee saying that one existed as a matter of Ohio law and had been dormant for years, and as such the new measure was redundant. In聽Georgia, Governor Roy Barnes delivered a veto this month to a measure that would have created […]


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