86 percent of registered voters believe the government should require copay assistance to be applied to patients’ cost-sharing requirements
Thirty three organizations, including NHF, urge elected officals to ensure all people living in the US have access to adequate and affordable health coverage.
How will the Trump administration's lawsuit against the ACA affect the bleeding disorders community?
Do you have questions regarding insurance coverage in light of the COVID-19 pandemic? We're here to help.
More than 400 people affected by bleeding disorders asked their legislators to take action on the Hemophilia SNF Access Act
The Hemophilia SNF Access Act will rectify a long-standing problem for Medicare beneficiaries with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.
US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rules on a key component of the Affordable Care Act, declaring that without a tax penalty, the individual mandate that most Americans have health insurance is unconstitutional.
Protections for pre-existing conditions and coverage standards at risk
Senators Baldwin (D-WI) and Jones (D-AL) have introduced the No Junk Plans Act.
NHF has been leading efforts to fight co-pay accumulator programs since their inception.
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