Sign-On Letters

HHCAWG Copay Accumulator HIV Community to Attorneys General and Insurance Commissioners

The AIDS Institute sent letters to all state Attorneys General and Insurance Commissioners, calling on them to investigate a new insurance policy that limits use of copay assistance cards, thereby increasing patients out-of-pocket costs for medications. This policy is paritcularly harmful for patients with complex and chronic conditions who require medications with no generic alternative. 

Opioid Infectious Disease Letter

Attached below please find letters to Congressional (House and Senate) leaders and appropriators asking that they allocate at least $100 million to CDC’s viral hepatitis program in FY2018. Congress included $6 billion over two years included in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018to fight the nation’s opioid epidemic and we want to ensure a portion of that funding goes to communities to deal with increasing hepatitis C, hepatitis B and HIV infections.

Opioid Infectious Disease Sign-on Letter

Attached below please find a sign-on to Congressional leaders and appropriators asking that they allocate at least $100 million to CDC’s viral hepatitis program in FY2018. Congress included $6 billion over two years included in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 to fight the nation’s opioid epidemic and we want to ensure a portion of that funding goes to communities to deal with increasing hepatitis C, hepatitis B and HIV infections. For more information about the ask please see the letter.  We will be sending letters to both the House and the Senate.

HIV Testing Reimbursement Group Letter to Office of National HIV/AIDS Policy Regarding HIV Care Continuum Initiative

September 25, 2013

"The HIV Care Continuum Initiative is a critical step towards advancing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. The HIV Testing Reimbursement Access Working Group, subcommittee of the Federal AIDS Policy Partnership, urges you to consider the role of HIV testing as the Initiative is further delineated."

57 Patient Advocate Groups Call Robust Prescription Drug Coverage Essential

October 2, 2012

"We are writing to urge you to ensure that the patient protections outlined in ACA will be meaningful, and the required prescription drug benefit will meet the treatment needs of all patients."

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