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.
Health Care Access Forum
May 25, 2023
At our next Health Care Access Forum, which will be only on Zoom on May 25, HCC will have guests from DHCS and the Western States Region IX HTCs, among others. We will update you on the Medi-Cal Rx prior authorization reinstatement process, Medi-Cal renewal reinstatements, and other significant changes to State programs. You will hear the status of HCC’s co-sponsored bill AB 874 and have a chance to ask questions and bring to our attention any new developments in health care access challenges. We look forward to seeing you on May 25th!
HCC Future Leaders Program 2023: A Retrospective
This year, the Hemophilia Council of California brought our Future Leaders Program back to fully in-person. We had fourteen teens and three mentors- Rigo Manzo, Stephanie Dansker, and Ryan Faden- join us in Sacramento on March 19 – 21st. Teen program facilitators Tom...
All Copays Count AB 874 Update – April 25th, 2023
April 25, 2023 AB 874 was not heard in committee today, April 25th, as originally planned, after Assembly Health Committee Chair Jim Wood decided to pull the bill last week. In his communication with the bill’s author, Assemblymember Akilah Weber, Wood cited concerns...
1st Annual Future Leader Alumni Reception Held Monday, March 20th in Sacramento
On the evening before Legislative Day this year, the Hemophilia Council of California launched our first ever Future Leaders Alumni Reception! On Monday, March 20th from 7:30 - 9:00 PM, we invited previous Future Leaders to join us for appetizers and beverages in...