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Access to Transplant

DPC is committed to ensuring access to all forms of treatment for end-stage renal disease including transplantation. DPC works closely with others within the renal community to advocate for adequate policy solutions that encourage organ donation and protect patients’ health after they receive a transplant.

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State Legislatures Introduce Bills that Would Positively Impact Dialysis Patients

January 22nd, 2021|Categories: Access to Transplant, Article, Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage, Medigap Coverage, State Advocacy, Transplant Donor Protection|

With the start of the new year, state legislatures throughout the country are beginning their legislative sessions with a flurry of new bills being introduced on a wide-ranging number of topics. While the Covid-19 pandemic [...]

CMS Announces Penalties and Rewards for Promoting Home Dialysis and Transplants

September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Access to Transplant, Article, Dialysis Funding, Transplant Donor Protection, Treatment Options|

On September 18, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced it finalized the End-Stage Renal Disease Treatment Choices (ETC) Model. The ETC Model was a cornerstone of President Trump’s Advancing Kidney Health Executive Order [...]

DPC Comments on CMS Proposed ESRD Annual Payment Rule to Increase Dialysis Patient Quality Care

September 1st, 2020|Categories: Access to Transplant, Care Coordination, Comment Letter, Innovation, Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, Quality Incentive Program, Treatment Options|

Each year—typically during the summer—the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) puts out rules for how they are going to pay for dialysis treatment. The rules reflect CMS’ latest policies, and organizations have [...]

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Access to Transplant

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Transplant Donor Protection

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Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage