As new health plan years begin, many members of our community may discover that their insurance company uses an a copay accumulator adjuster program (CAAP) to reimburse less for medication by pushing more “cost sharing” onto the patient. This slide presentation, created by the National Hemophilia Foundation, explains the issue in detail. It also contains contains excellent background information on related insurance issues. Feel free to share it with others. The Coalition for Hemophilia B will be featuring articles and additional resources in the near future to help you understand and deal with this situation. Other organizations are also offering resources on this and related issues and we will share them when appropriate.
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