Strong Voices for Strong Bones®

The National Osteoporosis Foundation is the voice for issues dealing with osteoporosis and bone health. For 30 years, NOF has been committed to preventing broken bones and osteoporosis through education, advocacy and research. We advocate for awareness, research, patients, and professionals. Learn ways how you help by:

  • Taking action through becoming an Ambassador
  • Staying informed through our News & Events page

Our Latest Efforts

NOF Support for Issues of Importance to Osteoporosis Patients »

| Advocacy

NOF has been working hard on supporting issues of importance to osteoporosis patients by signing onto advocacy letters. Below you will be able to view and download letters we have signed onto: DXA Coalition Support Letter Medicare Community Statement LIS Co-Pay Letter SNAP Vitamin and Mineral Letter MassHealth Section 1115 Demonstration Amendment Request  

NOF Supporting the LIS Program »

| Advocacy

NOF has joined with other leading patient advocacy organizations on the national and state level to support the LIS program within Medicare Part D. NOF has signed on to the attached letters along with hundreds of other national and state-level organizations. To review them, please click on the letters below:    

NOF Response to S. 1688 Bill »

| Advocacy, NOF in the News

The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), which recently led a letter to Congress signed by over 300 health advocacy groups opposing harmful government interference in the Medicare Part D program, today issued the following statement in response to S. 1688: “It is discouraging that, despite direct opposition from over 300 health advocates, members of Congress have… Read more »

NOF Statement on Democratic Economic Proposal »

| Advocacy, Press Releases

Washington, DC (July 26, 2017) – The following statement addresses the recent Democratic Economic Proposal and can be attributed to Amy Porter, Executive Director & CEO of the National Osteoporosis Foundation: “We are deeply concerned that legislators continue to propose harmful changes to the essential Medicare Part D program despite clear evidence that the program… Read more »

Osteoporosis Care is Under Siege: How You Can Help »

| Advocacy

Fractures related to osteoporosis threaten the health and independence of older Americans. And fractures are common: more than 2 million fractures happen each year due to osteoporosis. The statistics are staggering and unnecessary. A DXA (Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry) bone density test is a non-invasive, simple, yet top-quality test for screening and diagnosing patients that may… Read more »

The Cost of Prescription Drugs: How the Drug Delivery System Affects What Patients Pay »

| Advocacy, NOF in the News, Press Releases

Washington, DC (June 13, 2017) – The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), today issued the following statement in response to the Senate HELP hearing “The Cost of Prescription Drugs: How the Drug Delivery System Affects What Patients Pay” “During today’s hearing, several Senators raised the idea of allowing for the government to set prices in the… Read more »

Protect Patient Access to Medication »

| Advocacy

Dear Member of Congress, We, the undersigned organizations, are writing to express opposition to proposals that would allow the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to interfere in private negotiations in the Medicare Part D program. We are concerned that such proposals could undermine Part D’s competitive structure and restrict access for millions of… Read more »

Medicare Part D Works and Congress Must Ensure Non-Interference Provision Remains In Place »

| Advocacy

The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) urges Members of Congress to oppose any amendment to repeal the non-interference provision of the Medicare Part D law. Senior citizens and people with disabilities have access to important, needed medications thanks to Medicare Part D. Part D provides this access and affordability for Medicare participants thanks to its competitive,… Read more »

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