Letter from Preston W. Campbell, III, M.D.
As the Senate considers its proposal for healthcare reform, I urge lawmakers not to forget the millions of people who will rely on this legislation for lifesaving medicines and care. There is much more at stake with the Better Continue reading New health bill replaces hope with fear in cystic fibrosis patients
A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine concluded that “the median age of survival [is] 10 years higher [for CF patients] in Canada than the United States.”
If you’re wrapped up in the world of cystic fibrosis news like I am then you’ve probably seen this study floating around the Internet for the Continue reading OWN IT: Cystic Fibrosis Survival Rates in the United States vs. Canada
In this blog we provide information related to medical records and their importance to a person with CF.
Nothing in this blog post is meant to be legal advice about your specific situation and is only meant as information.
Medical Records Are Crucial
Detailed and accurate medical records can help with a variety of issues. Medical records are important for those applying for Social Security benefits or undergoing an SSA Continuing Disability Review. Continue reading Medical Records Are Crucial — By Beth Sufian, JD
From the CFF…
We are sending this out today to let you know about an urgent need for action. Wednesday, the Senate took a significant step toward repealing the Affordable Care Act. As critical health care reform decisions are made, it is essential that Continue reading CALL TO ACTION – The Affordable Care Act
By Beth Sufian, JD
Social Security has issued new rules regarding Social Security benefit medical eligibility criteria for people with CF. The new rules will go into effect on October 7, 2016. The following blog post is a summary of the changes and some important things people with CF should know about the changes. A more detailed Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE NEW SOCIAL SECURITY RULES FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS.
Do you have questions for our CF Roundtable columnists?
The US Adult CF Assn (USACFA) publishes CF Roundtable. USACFA’s directors consist of all adults with CF. Some of our columnists, although not directors, Continue reading Ask Your Questions to CF Roundtable
There are any people with CF who receive some sort of monthly Social Security benefit. The Social Security benefit gives the person a monthly cash payment to help with living expenses. Most people with CF want SSA benefits because they qualify for Medicaid or Medicare if they receive the SSA Continue reading Social Security Benefits – Guest Blog by Beth Sufian, JD