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***PRESS RELEASE*** Texas Health Plans Reject Over 7,000 Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

Health plan report card analyzes 2017 PCSK9 inhibitor claims for managed care organizations WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health

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***PRESS RELEASE*** California Health Plans Reject Over 6,000 Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

Health plan report card analyzes 2017 PCSK9 inhibitor claims for managed care organizations WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health

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***PRESS RELEASE*** Georgia Health Plans Reject One-Third of Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

Georgia Health Plans Reject One-Third of Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health Plan Coverage

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New Video Explores Health Plan Specialty Tiers

When you pick up your monthly prescription at the pharmacy counter, you may owe a co-pay of $10 or $20. Or you may pay much,

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Living with Stigma

Living with a movement disorder means living with stigma.   Stares, whispers and pointing are just another part of the disease burden for the millions

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New Data, Same Access Challenges for Heart Patients

The risk of death may be lower for certain patients taking cholesterol-lowering PCSK9 inhibitors, new research shows.  But how many patients will actually be able

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IfPA Report Cards: 1 in 4 Heart Patients Can’t Access Innovative Rx

Health plans said “no” to one in every four Americans whose doctor prescribed a cholesterol-lowering PCSK9 inhibitor in 2017.  And that, according to the Institute

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Working Group Airs Concerns about Access to Diabetes Care

There was a lot of head nodding at the inaugural meeting of the Alliance for Patient Access’ Diabetes Therapy Access Working Group.  Especially when the

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Europeans Work to Turn Health Care Rights into Realities

by Brian Kennedy, Executive Director, Alliance for Patient Access Declaring equal rights is a noble gesture.  But history teaches us that it is just the first

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Balancing Opioid Policy and Pain Management

Is Washington finally ready to address the nation’s opioid crisis in a meaningful way? Thursday marked the White House Opioid Summit, which welcomed 200 affected

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