#30for30

#30for30

As Patient Services, Inc. (PSI) celebrates its 30th year, we wanted to do something special to support our patients and the chronic-illness community. Since Dr. Dana Kuhn founded PSI in 1989, we have been committed to helping patients with unaffordable medical...
What Restoring Hope And Health Looks Like

What Restoring Hope And Health Looks Like

Since 1989, Patient Services Inc., has been restoring hope and health to rare disease patients. In looking back on these last 30 years, we are humbled at how far we’ve come in helping to lead patients to positive outcomes. By providing financial support and guidance...
Advocacy Day 2019

Advocacy Day 2019

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...
News Alert – December 17, 2018

News Alert – December 17, 2018

TEXAS JUDGE DECLARES ACA INVALID Ruling is stayed pending appeal A lower court ruled late Friday that the entire Affordable Care Act (ACA) must be overturned because Congress zeroed out the tax penalty for the law’s mandate that everyone purchase health insurance they...
News Alert- November 13, 2018

News Alert- November 13, 2018

The mid-term elections this week delivered Democrats not only control of the U.S House of Representatives, but a net gain of at least seven governorships, eight state legislative chambers, and over 350 state legislative seats. The substantial Democratic gains carry...
PSI’s Evening of Hope: A Look Back

PSI’s Evening of Hope: A Look Back

Each year, at their annual Evening of Hope event, Patient Services Inc., present various awards to honor patient champions within the chronically-ill community. In leading up to this year’s Evening of Hope on September 19th in Washington DC’s Newseum, we will be...
Our GIST Story: An Eleventh-Hour Miracle

Our GIST Story: An Eleventh-Hour Miracle

“She was a vibrant, energetic woman. Then all of a sudden, she wasn’t. Our devoted mother of 3 was lying fragile, almost lifeless in a hospital bed. At first, we thought it was just a bad flu, but the doctor said it was cancer, stage 4. The news knocked the air out of...
Forgotten No More: My Fabry Diagnosis

Forgotten No More: My Fabry Diagnosis

“However, the most disturbing thing was that Fabry was discovered by a German physicist more than a hundred years ago. In my mind, I could not accept that how something so important could be forgotten.” Imagine living your life battling an unknown illness, yet all...
Is There Hope for NSCLC Patients?

Is There Hope for NSCLC Patients?

Over 430,000 people are alive today who have been diagnosed at some point with lung cancer. Lying in bed in the next room as I write this article, and fighting to hang onto every last breath, is one of them. In 2003, we lost another one of them, my dad. Both were...
Only God Knows When (Guest Post)

Only God Knows When (Guest Post)

The light from the noonday sun had now covered half of Lyle’s body as he laid there in his hospital room all alone. With IVs pumping him with the fight of his life, all he could do was rest. His was the last room on the right. With rays of sun now piercing the inside...
PSI Launches New Podcast

PSI Launches New Podcast

Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work. This inspired us to create our new podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis,...
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