Carl Schmid and Kevin Herwig offer updates at USCHA on Braidwood v Becerra, which challenges ACA’s preventive services coverage requirement, and discuss the amicus brief filed by HIV+Hepatitis Policy Institute and supported by 24 HIV and hepatitis organizations and other amici briefs filed by other groups.
Carl Schmid of the HIV+Hepatitis Policy Institute joins Hannah Lynch, Associate Director, U.S. Public Policy at UCB, to discuss how we can evolve the healthcare system to better serve people living with severe diseases and help them overcome access barriers.
Carl Schmid participates in the “Prescription for Better Access” podcast with Lauren Crawford Shaver and hosts Mark Hansan and Dr. Scott Howell to examine how PBM copay accumulator and maximizer policies harm patients by not counting copay assistance toward patient out-of-pocket costs and deductibles, and what can be done to keep prescription drugs accessible and affordable.
Carl Schmid speaks with “Houston Matters” radio, along with a San Antonio, Texas PrEP client, about private insurers continuing to charge cost-sharing for PrEP and associated services and its impact on PrEP uptake.
At Informa Connect’s Copay, Reimbursement and Access Congress, Carl Schmid discusses the litigation filed by HIV+Hep, the DLC, and the DPAC in the U.S. District Court for DC challenging a federal rule that allows health insurers to avoid counting the value of drug manufacturer copay assistance toward patients’ out-of-pocket cost obligations in violation of the ACA definition of and regulations for cost-sharing.