Advocacy

GLHF provides public policy advocacy on behalf of, and in partnership with, the bleeding disorders community. We educate government officials about the impact that existing laws and pending legislation may have on someone living with a bleeding disorder.

NHF's Washington Days - March 8-10, 2017, Washington, DC

Save-the-Date: Consider joining our Wisconsin contingency for NHF's Washington Days, March 8-10, 2017. Information about legislative priorites and how to apply for a GLHF scholarship to attend will be released in the coming weeks.

Visit NHF's website for information.

Washington Days is a unique, annual opportunity for local bleeding disorder chapters to lobby nationally for issues important to the bleeding disorders community. In past years, participants addressed issues such as maintaining funding for Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs), increasing the availability of Medicare funds to cover the cost of hemophilia drugs at skilled nursing facilities and monitoring hemophilia medications that could move from Tier III to Tier IV pharmacy coverage.


Wisconsin Legislative Day - April 19, 2017, Madison, WI

Save-the-Date: GLHF's Wisconsin Legislative Day is April 19, 2017 in Madison, WI.

Meet with your State Representatives! Learn how state government impacts healthcare and bleeding disorder policy issues and how YOU can make a difference through advocacy!

 

 


 

Contact GLHF: 414.937.6782

 

Share Your Stories and Struggles.

 

Please send us your story about living with a bleeding disorder. Remember, personal messages, photos and leave behind notes are the best way to put your face on an issue! You can send your story to kkoppen@glhf.org or call 414.937.6782 for more information or assistance.

 

Contact Your Legislators

 

Visit NHF's website