Improving the quality of life and advocating for all Californians with bleeding disorders
Our Mission: To improve access to care and treatment options in order to advance the quality of life for people with bleeding disorders through advocacy, education, and outreach in collaboration with its founding member organizations
Our Vision: Open access to quality innovative care and choice of treatment for all people with bleeding disorders.
March 15 & 21, 2023
This is an important day of advocacy! Individuals, families and allies of the bleeding disorders community all come together. Unite with us in Sacramento to share your story about living with a bleeding disorder. Advocate on issues- such as protecting patient assistance programs- important to our community. You will have a chance to speak with Senators, Assemblymembers and their staff! Don’t miss out – we need your voice to make a difference!
HCC Advocacy & Access Ambassador Speaks on Behalf of Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month Proclamation at San Diego City Council Meeting
New HCC Advocacy & Access Ambassador Karina Piu submitted a request to the San Diego City Council this month to proclaim March as Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month! Thanks to her advocacy efforts, the San Diego City Council considered and then approved the...
CA All Copays Count Coalition Announces NEW BILL to Protect Patient Copay Assistance in CA
All Copays Count in California Thanks Assembly Member Weber for Introducing Bill to Ensure Assistance Given to Patients Goes to Patients, Not Insurers Assembly Bill 874 will require that health care plans apply the value of patient assistance to a patient’s...
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