The U.S. healthcare delivery system is a complex network of interactions between the patient and a host of entities including providers, hospitals, and insurers. Individuals and providers often find the system difficult to navigate especially when discussing rare genetic conditions. The National Coordinating Center for the Regional Genetics Networks (NCC) aims to bring clarity to changes in the healthcare delivery system by offering this quarterly newsletter.
The NCC LIFT Newsletter will track legislative, insurance, and financing issues that affect the genetic service delivery system, as well as provide information about other organizations who are working in healthcare access areas relevant to genetic stakeholders.
Interested in finding previous issues of our quarterly newsletter, explore the archive below.