Blogs

NY US Pain Foundation with patients and medical groups speak out against "fail first" policies

In mid-May, patients and medical groups spoke to the New York legislature about the need to limit "fail first" insurance policies.

The group called for a "clear and concise appeals process, and limits to health insurers' right to require that less expensive treatments be used before more expensive ones are approved."

Focus Atlanta Coverage of RxinReach and Specialty Tiers Legislation



https://vimeo.com/127600631

Specialty/biologic medications are costing patients thousands of $$$ out of pocket.

Georgia Health News: Grady outlines plan to transform care for the uninsured

On May 8, Georgia Health News published a news story on Georgia's attempt to expand Medicaid to a select number of patients served by the Grady Health System in Atlanta, Memorial Health in Savannah, and a small group of rural hospitals in Georgia.

Mylan Initiaties Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Select Lots of Injectable Products, Including Methotrexate

Mylan Initiaties Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Select Lots of Injectable Products, Including Methotrexate

As part of the CreakyJoints community, we value your health and

Launch of Rx in Reach

ARxC announces the launch of Rx in Reach – a new campaign to limit rising out-of-pocket costs for insured Georgia families.

‘Rx in Reach’ Campaign Launches to Limit Out-Of-Pocket Costs for Critical & Life-Saving Medications in Georgia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 1, 2015

Media Contact:

Dorothy Leone-Glasser

404-633-5843

Rx in Reach Launches April 1 to Limit Specialty Tier Out of Pocket Costs

TOMORROW, Wednesday, April 1: Rx in Reach will Launch to Limit Specialty Tier OOP Costs!

CBS Denver Report on Sticker Shock of Specialty Tier Prescription Drugs

DENVER (CBS4/KPIX) released a news report this week to raise awareness about the adverse effect that specialty tier pricing is having in Denver and accross the country.
 
 

Call to Action: SB 51 House Health Committee Hearing on March 9

Call to Action & Legislative Alert - SB 51 House Health Committee Hearing on 

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