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We are looking forward to our “Scaling Up PrEP Now by Leveraging Existing Programs” workshop on 4/19 in Seattle NMAC #2024BHPS Learn more: ... See MoreSee Less
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Our release on the #NBPP2025 rule: “Forcing beneficiaries to access their #Rx w/o #costsharing protections allows #insurers to exploit #copayassistance from drug manufacturers in excessive amounts. We hope the govt will move quickly to end these schemes to stop this abuse. This is not how #insurance is supposed to work”: ... See MoreSee Less
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We strongly support RI’s H 8041, sponsored by Rep. Mia Ackerman, which will protect #patient assistance to help pay for #Rx by banning the use of #copayaccumulator policies. By passing this law, RI will join 20 other states, Puerto Rico, & DC in protecting consumers by assuring #allcopayscount towards #costsharing obligations: ... See MoreSee Less
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Our release on the #NBPP2025 rule: “This is nonsense: everyone agrees that #patients are having trouble affording their #Rx, that #copayassistance is helping them, & that the plans are pocketing copay assistance w/o crediting patients, & even though the rule that allowed #insurers not to count that assistance has been struck down, our federal govt openly refuses to enforce the court ruling”: ... See MoreSee Less
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