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Hydrocephalus Action Network

Election 2016: What Does this Mean for the Hydrocephalus Community?

The incoming Administration and Congressional Members will take office with new policy priorities. On healthcare, some will remain the same, while others will change.

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Election

The Candidates on Healthcare

It is important to know before you vote what each candidate’s position is on healthcare and how it will impact you and your family managing hydrocephalus.

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Insurance Denials Block Woman with Hydrocephalus from Receiving Care

Insurance Denials Block Woman with Hydrocephalus from Receiving Care

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REMINDER: Medicare Open Enrollment Ends December 7th!

Every year Medicare has an open enrollment period; this year’s open enrollment runs from October 15 – December 7, 2012. This is the time when people eligible for Medicare services can compare plans and make sure they have the right health and prescription drug coverage, particularly individuals with disabilities and chronic conditions who could see increased benefits and lower costs with the new healthcare changes.

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Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Eases Rules for Some Medicare Coverage

A proposed settlement of a nationwide class-action lawsuit eliminates the requirement that beneficiaries show a likelihood of medical or functional improvement before Medicare will pay for skilled nursing and therapy services.

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