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What’s your state legislature doing about stroke and why does it matter? State legislatures are responsible for a significant portion of all healthcare policy, so their actions affect the stroke community. Learn about what stroke-related legislation is being considered and how you can make your voice heard on these important issues.

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Action Alerts: 

Require Insurance Coverage for Telemedicine

Requiring health insurance plans to cover care provided via telemedicine can improve health and reduce healthcare spending. Ask your legislators to support requiring all insurance plans to provide coverage for telemedicine.

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Expand Access to Telemedicine

The Interstate Medical Licensure Compact establishes a streamlined licensing process for physicians - making it easier to obtain medical licenses and expanding access to telemedicine. Ask your legislators to help expand access to telemedicine.

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Increase Drug Price Transparency

Patients and their physicians deserve essential information about underlying prescription drug costs to help make the best treatment choices. Tell your legislators to support increased transparency for high cost drugs!

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Pennsylvania Legislative News

Read the latest news from the State Legislature.

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Get to Know Your State Legislators

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Watch the State Legislature in Action

You can listen to live hearings, floor sessions, and press conferences over the internet.

  • Visit their live feed (during session only).

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