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As the threat of COVID-19 was emerging in the United States, ASN and the broader kidney community participated in an effort organized by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to develop policy recommendations that address the effects of COVID-19 on kidney patients and kidney care professionals. 

The workgroups discussed and prioritized nearly 300 COVID-19-related kidney policy recommendations across seven key issue areas. HHS has already instituted many of the recommendations ASN and other stakeholders in the community made, and the society continues to work closely with the community to advocate for the policy recommendations to improve the care of kidney patients and protect the kidney care professionals that care for them.

Killian Gause

The approximately 500,000 Americans on dialysis and 222,000 Americans with kidney transplants are among the most vulnerable to the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. ASN is coordinating with the federal government to address the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the highest quality of care for those affected by kidney disease.

In a letter to the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, Alex Azar, ASN suggests multiple temporary policy changes in the context of this pandemic that affect those living with kidney disease including:

Killian Gause
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