Town Hall Meeting

April 11, 2007Duke Law News

Medicare Part D and Its Impact on the HIV Community

Town Hall Meeting:

For Individuals Living with HIV, Their Families and Friends and HIV Service Providers


March 10, 2006

2:00-4:00 pm

Duke University School of Law


Science Drive and Towerview Road

Room 4047


Meeting Agenda


Concerned about how Medicare Part D will impact drug access for individuals living with HIV? Want to better understand the issues around Patient Assistance Programs and Medicare Part D? Want to learn how you can make your voice heard on these important access issues?


This Town Hall Meeting will allow you to learn more about Medicare Part D and

its impact on individuals living with HIV/AIDS in North Carolina. We will discuss how ADAP and Medicare Part D will interact. And, you will learn more about the issues facing the continuation of Patient Assistance Programs under Part D.


Most importantly, individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their supporters will be given the opportunity to discuss these policy issues under Part D and strategies for assuring the continuation of the Patient Assistance Programs. Everybody will be given materials for communicating with key decision makers to MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME INVOLVED!

Media will be invited to this event, but no cameras will be allowed.

Questions or Accommodation Requests? Call John Coburn at 312-218-0941, 1-800-427-0766 (TTY) or e-mail jcoburn@hdadvocates.org

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