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Report Medicaid Managed Care Pharmacy & Medication ‘Issues’ to NYS DOH Pharmacy Program

Report Medicaid Managed Care Pharmacy & Medication ‘Issues’ to NYS DOH Pharmacy Program by describing the issue in detail in an email to: PPNO@Health.state.ny.US.

Medical Providers, Patient Navigators, Case Managers, Care Managers, Advocates, Pharmacists, Patients and Care Givers are all encouraged to report issues so that the system can be improved.

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Open for Public Comment: Recommendations from NYU’s 6th Annual Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA & NHPI) Health Conference titled “Connecting the Dots: Promoting Health Equity for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders”

July 25, 2012

Action Alert! Recommendations from NYU’s 6th Annual Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA & NHPI) Health Conference titled “Connecting the Dots: Promoting Health Equity for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific …Islanders” are now posted for public comment. One of the goals pertains to HBV! [http://bit.ly/PmuwPn]HHS Goal 1: Prevent, treat and control Hepatitis … Continue reading Open for Public Comment: Recommendations from NYU’s 6th Annual Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA & NHPI) Health Conference titled “Connecting the Dots: Promoting Health Equity for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders”

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NYS DOH approves Viekira Pak as preferred drug for Hep C for FFS Medicaid beneficiaries

March 27, 2015

At the Feb 26, 2015 NYSDOH Drug Utilization Review Board meeting, the board voted to approve Viekira Pak as its preferred drug for persons chronically infected with HCV and enrolled in FFS Medicaid. Viekira Pak will be available for all chronically infected persons regardless of disease severity. This drug is also FDA approved for HIV … Continue reading NYS DOH approves Viekira Pak as preferred drug for Hep C for FFS Medicaid beneficiaries

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Show your support for the Health Equity & Accountability Act by Sept 4th!

August 26, 2013

By Wednesday, Sept 4th, sign your organization on to this letter to support health equity . This letter (see below) is to support the re-introduction of the Health Equity and Accountability Act (HEAA). The entire Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Control and Prevention Act is among the many provisions outlining ways to work towards the … Continue reading Show your support for the Health Equity & Accountability Act by Sept 4th!

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Campaign Hep B: Stop Letting Americans Die of a Completely Preventable Disease

March 30, 2012

https://www.change.org/petitions/campaign-hep-b-stop-letting-americans-die-of-a-completely-preventable-disease

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Congressional Leaders Introduce Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2014(HEAA)

August 5, 2014

The Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2014 was introduced by Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard and other members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus and Congressional Black Caucus. This Act builds upon the Affordable Care Act by further providing federal resources, policies, and infrastructure to eliminate health disparities in all populations. The HEAA aims to … Continue reading Congressional Leaders Introduce Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2014(HEAA)

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Sign On | NYS Legislation to Fully Legalize Syringe Possession & Reform Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP)

November 27, 2014

Vocal-NY promotes legislation to fully legalize syringe possession and reform the Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP) More than 20 years into legal syringe exchange in New York, a criminal law [NY Penal Law 220.45] results in thousands of arrests for syringe possession every year. Reform of the ESAP program which allows syringe distribution of syringes through … Continue reading Sign On | NYS Legislation to Fully Legalize Syringe Possession & Reform Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP)

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