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INFUSION Magazine

ADVOCACY

Barrell JM. Grassroots advocacy: Even in Washington, it's the people that matter. 2000;6(4):11-5.

Barrell JM. Legislative and regulatory review. 2002;8(3):22-9.

Counce JB. Medicare part D: The education begins. 2005. 11(3):18-21.

Counce JB. Average sales price and home infusion: What does the future hold? 2005. 11(3):26-31.

Counce: JB. Providers meet policymakers: NHIA’s first-ever legislative conference brings Medicare Part D concerns to forefront.  11(6):21-5.

Counce J. The NHIA 2nd annual legislative conference: Read all about it! 2006. 12(5):12-17.

Counce J. Bringing it home: Pennsylvania provider hosts facility tours for legislators. 2006.12(5):19-21.

Counce J. They didn’t teach this in pharmacy school: Home infusion practice setting offers unique challenges, rewards.2007:13(1);18-28.

Counce J. The NHIA 3rd annual legislative conference: The push for meaningful Medicare coverage continues.2007:13(5);17-21.

Counce J. Taking it to the streets: What you can—and should--do at home to push for meaningful Medicare coverage of home infusion therapies.2007:13(5);25-7.

Counce J. Every voice makes a difference: Coordinated member outreach helps move NHIA’s legislative efforts forward. 2008.14(6):24-9.

Counce J. The 2009 NHIA Legislative hill day: Historic opportunity for infusion professionals in Washington, D.C. 2008.14(6):29-31.

Counce J and Jurich S. Alternate-site infusion provider roundtable: A discussion of urgency—Why active grassroots is key to achieving meaningful Medicare coverage for home infusion therapy, 2008.14(6):33-7.

Counce J. Every Voice Makes a Difference—A 2009 NHIA Legislative Hill Day Retrospective. 2009:15(3);23-8.

Counce J. Alternate-Site Infusion’s Legislative Frontier NHIA’s advocacy team discusses health care reform and grassroots strategy. 2010:16(3);20-3.

Counce J and Jurich S. Crafting and Communicating Our Story of Value--NHIA's Advocacy Team Discusses Health Care Reform and Grassroots Activity. 2012; 18(3):25-6.

Counce J. Building patient-centered partnerships with fellow health care professionals creates new advocacy inroads. 2012; 18(6):30-34.

Counce J. New approaches, new opportunities—Modifying our efforts to strengthen NHIA's legislative, regulatory, and grassroots significance. 2013;19(3):22-25.

Counce J. Strategic collaboration—Advancing NHIA's grassroots impact on our legislative, regulatory, and advocacy goals. 2014;20(3):22-26.

Counce J. Heightened collaboration: Magnifying our grassroots efforts to attain legislative, regulatory and advocacy objectives. 2015;21(3):22-24.

Franklin D. Guardians of care: Why the Medicare home infusion coverage act should be passed. 2008.14(6): 48-51.

Giglione L. Patient Stories—The key to successful Medicare legislation. 2009:15(2);46-7.

Grady D. NHIA’s Hill Day 2009: A Chance to Learn, a Chance to Educate. 2009:15(1);40-1.

Jurich S. Social capital: Our most valuable currency. 2008.14(6):46-7.

Jurich S. NHIA's 2012-2014 Strategic Plan—Proving the Value and Relevancy of Alternate-Site Infusion Amidst the Shifting Health Care Delivery Landscape. 2012; 18(4):32-7.

Kaplan LK. Bayer Responds. 2000;6(4):30.

Kaplan LK. Bayer direct update: Patient advocacy groups speak out. 2000;6(7):12-4.

Kaplan LK. Home infusion coding and claiming: Big changes are in the works. 2000;7(1):40-1.

Magnuson J. Building Momentum—Together! 2008;14(4):22-4.

Magnuson J. Bringing Home and Alternate-Site Infusion Therapy to Life for Legislators. 2008;14(5):15-5.

Magnuson J. Sustaining Our Momentum in the Grassroots. 2009:15(3);29-31.

Magnuson J. Congressional Committees—A Critical Key to Successful Grassroots Activity. 2009:15(1);12-3.

Magnuson J. NHIA Advocacy Team, Members Move Legislative Agenda Forward. 2008.14(6): 17-21.

Magnuson J. Grassroots checklist—Help us build on the momentum of hill day. 2009:15(2);11-3.

Magnson J. Fostering Teamwork! NHIA’s advocacy message is getting out—but your help is still urgently needed.2009:15(4);18-20.

Magnuson J. Gearing up for essential delivery system reform—Now is the time to further grow our grassroots capacity. 15(5):13-17.

Magnuson J. Let’s discuss the new lexicon of health care delivery. 2010:16(2);12-5.

Magnuson J. Pursuing a Demonstrations Project—Amid a Variety of Paths. 2010; 16(5):16-19.

Magnuson J. Health Care Reform, Repeal, and the Importance of Remaining Engaged. 2011; 17(1):17-19.

Magnuson J. From advocacy to advocate.  2011; 17(4):8-10.

Magnuson J. Putting a face to the lack of meaningful Medicare home infusion coverage. 2011; 17(5):8-10.

Magnuson J. Accountable care organizations take shape. 2011;17(6):6-8.

Magnuson J. Getting something done in a "do-nothing" environment. 2012; 18(1):10-12.

Magnuson J. Accountability in Washington—Is There Any? 2012; 18(2):12-14.

NHIA. Medicare and home infusion—An NHIA white paper. 2014;20(5):18-26.

Noyes B and Counce J. Medicare Competitive Bidding marches forward—The program continues to evolve with the release of new proposed regulations. 2014;20(5):28-32.

Noyes B. An increasing slice of the payer mix pie.INFUSION.2015;21(5):14-16.

Parver A. How Others See Home Infusion—Using a code of ethics as an educational and advocacy tool. 2011; 17(2):14-15.

Redline T. Conducting a congressional site visit: A great way to get your point across. 2009:15(2);44-5.

Rodman B and Counce J. Trouble getting home: Study finds Medicare Part D hampers access for home infusion therapy access for dual-eligible patients.2007:13(1);34-7.

Rollins G. Prompt payment laws: A new weapon in the managed care struggle. 2000;6(9):21-4.

Rollins G. The Medicaid AWP challenge: Providers respond. 2000;7(1):36-.9

Smith DE. In the Driver's Seat. 2000;6(9):35-8.

Tretler M and Counce J. Amplifying our engagement: Home and specialty infusion community must work collectively to address the changes, risks, and opportunities emerging from evolving health care landscape. 2015;21(3):14-20.

Van Pool K. Medicare Home Infusion Site of Care Act Reaches Point of Divergence. 2016;22(5):14-16.

Van Pool K. Together We Can Make the Difference: Grassroots and Lobbying—the Two Ingredients for a Successful Policy Campaign. 2012; 18(6):14-17.

Van Pool K. A name we can stand behind: strong industry-specific standards for ethical practice and member buy-in will strengthen NHIA's advocacy message. 2013; 19(1):17-18.

Van Pool K. Now is the time to take action: The home infusion industry's voice needs to be heard in Washington, D.C. 2013;19(2):10-14.

Van Pool K. Home infusion and the 113th Congress—A legislative update. 2013;19(4):12-17.

Van Pool K. NHIA board and future of infusion advisory council take to the Hill. 2013;19(5):14-16.

Van Pool K. Compounding pharmacy legislation passes House, awaiting Senate vote. 2013;19(6):14-18.

Van Pool K. A civics lesson that wasn't taught in school or on TV—The real story of how a bill becomes a law. 2014;20(2):10-13.

Van Pool K. Congressional recesses: All politics is local. 2014;20(4):12-16.

Van Pool K. Home infusion legislation introduced in Congress. 2014;20(5):14-17.

Van Pool K. America Votes, The 114th Congress is Coming. 2014;20(6):11-12.

Van Pool K. The time to take action is NOW! 2015;21(1):12-14.

Van Pool K. With Legislation Introduced in Congress, NHIA Members Take to Capitol Hill. 2015;21(2):12-15.

Van Pool K. ASP pricing for Medicare Part B infusion drugs. 2015;21(4):14-16.

Van Pool K. Update on ASP.INFUSION.2015;21(5):12-13.

Van Pool K. Parsing Oversight of Home Infusion Pharmacies Under the Drug Quality and Security Act. INFUSION.2015;21(6):13-14.

Van Pool K. An elections year; an opportunity. 2016;22(4):14-16.

Vance S. Communicating with congress. 2001;7(2):28-30.