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October 18, 2022

All Copays Count Coalition Launches New Website

https://allcopayscount.org/ The Chronic Care Policy Alliance (CCPA) is a proud partner of the All Copays Count Coalition (ACCC), which has…

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July 26, 2022

Letter to Congress: Drug Pricing Reform Should Protect Patients

In a letter to Congress, the Chronic Care Policy Alliance (CCPA) was joined by 35 organizations expressing concerns with the…

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March 16, 2022

Comments to the Senate Finance Committee: Prescription Drug Policy Reforms Should Focus on Reducing Patient Cost

Yesterday, CCPA submitted the following comments to the Senate Finance Committee: Chronic Care Policy Alliance (CCPA) is a network of organizations dedicated to ensuring people living with chronic disease have access to quality, affordable healthcare. That is why as the…

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July 30, 2021

Axis Advocacy Podcast Welcomes CCCC President & CEO Liz Helms to Discuss Improving Healthcare Together

In this enlightening conversation, California Chronic Care Coalition President and CEO Liz Helms joins host Adrienne Shapiro of Axis Advocacy…

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June 2, 2021

New Website Answers Vaccination Questions and Provides Essential Information for People at High Risk for COVID-19

        New Website Answers Vaccination Questions and Provides Essential Information for People at High Risk for COVID-19…

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October 12, 2020

Federal Proposals Endanger Patients and Hike Up Costs for the Chronically Ill

October 12, 2020 "As a nation, shouldn’t we try to make healthcare more affordable and accessible? Yet, recent health policies continue to fail vulnerable individuals, like those living with chronic illness. These patients — who pay thousands in out-of-pocket costs…

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October 26, 2017

Could Your Health Insurance Be Costing You Money at the Pharmacy?

"MAGNOLIA, TEXAS — In February, Dave Jensen, a 46-year-old firefighter from Phoenix, got an antibiotic prescription from his usual pharmacy through his Cigna health insurance. When he got home and told his wife he'd paid $71 for a 15-day supply…

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