In observation of Memorial Day our office will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019.
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“I have Hemophilia medication to treat me. It’s three million dollars a year. I want to live. I have a wife, two kids, responsibility. Without that medication, I’m dead. It shouldn’t matter where the money comes from. Thankfully these charitable organizations have...read more
On Wednesday, May 1st, Patient Services Inc., and many others from across the United States will visit Washington D.C to meet with our nation’s leaders to advocate for protecting premium & cost-sharing assistance for individuals who need it most. Did You Know? In...read more
In the Health Reform Update for this week, the Trump Administration succeeds in postponing the appeal of a federal court ruling striking down the Affordable Care Act (ACA), due to the ongoing federal government shutdown.read more
I'LL NEVER FORGET THE PHONE CALL FROM DR. DANA KUHN
THEY TRULY MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE
IT MEANS THE WORLD TO US
The founder of PSI shaped the very first non-profit patient assistance model in 1989. Dr. Dana Kuhn knows the pain firsthand of watching a loved one fight-and-lose their battle against chronic illness; he knows, too, the crippling financial burden often carried by those left behind. Since our inception in 1989, Patient Services has been a pioneer leading the charge to find solutions to the challenges that face the chronically ill in the United States.
We provide financial support and guidance for qualified patients with specific, rare chronic diseases. Our team is passionate about accessibility and affordability to treatment. That’s why we are committed to helping subsidize the costs of health insurance premiums and out of pocket costs (copayments/coinsurance). Furthermore, we offer a variety of legal services free of charge through the PSI-A.C.C.E.S.S. Program for specific rare disease communities. Through PSI assistance programs patients and their families rediscover hope and health.