Treating pulmonary hypertension is complex and insurance obstacles are sure to arise. Although it might take some persistence, you can overcome these obstacles.

Each individual insurance struggle is unique, but you are not alone in your fight. Read inspirational stories of other patients who have overcome their own insurance challenges.

Health Insureance

New!A Prepared Army Wins the Insurance Battle

By: Kathy Morton
PH Patient

Since 2005, my employer-based insurance has changed providers four times, and I was declined coverage of subcutaneous RemodulinTM after each change. The first three times took only a phone call from my PH specialist to the new insurer in order to get the drug approved. The most recent change, however, was a different story.  Read her story

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