Having you as a member of the Hemophilia Alliance is very important to us. We recognize that the more members we have, the more we are able to share experiences, develop expertise and become a stronger organization.

Through your membership and the fees generated by the utilization of Alliance group purchasing contracts, the Alliance gives you a national voice in Washington, D.C.

Additionally, you secure access to the expertise of our staff and consultants and general support in issues affecting federally funded HTCs:

  • Legal and regulatory compliance
  • Reimbursement and payer expertise
  • State Medicaid policy and billing expertise
  • Alliance purchasing services discounts
  • Practice management – policies and procedures
  • D.C. Advocacy & Participation in Federal Regulatory Process
  • Development of HTC Policies and Procedures

You will also have access to the following resources and events:

  • Monthly newsletter
  • Webinars
  • Customized outreach materials
  • Online access to large libraries of information
  • Member meetings & Hill days

Member Testimonials

HTC directors share the benefits of their Hemophilia Alliance memberships:

Our participation with the Hemophilia Alliance allows us to support our patients and provide the comprehensive services we do. Access to the group purchasing organization pricing benefits us but the networking, payer relations assistance and access to legal and regulatory advice from experts with years of experience is irreplaceable. Nominal membership dues provide us access to resources that would otherwise be difficult to operate without.

Zack Duffy

The Oregon Hemophilia Center

The Hemophilia Alliance has assembled a group of seasoned, knowledgeable experts in their respective and diverse fields to act in concert on behalf of HTCs — and the unique high-risk patient population they serve. The team offers an incredibly effective, integrated approach of capable, eloquent and on-point advocacy in the political arena, and astute negotiating skills on the business side. They understand how to optimize HTC integrated, interdisciplinary health care delivery, and manage to do so on the local, state and national stages. There is always strength in numbers, but numbers with integrated, capable advocacy is even more powerful and the success-to-date of Hemophilia Alliance in that regard on behalf of HTCs and those they serve is a compelling testament to that truism dynamic.

Any HTC not already participating as an active member of Hemophilia Alliance is truly missing an incredible opportunity for both their operational success and most importantly the wellbeing of their patients.

John Linkhart

University of Texas at San Antonio

Membership Categories

The Alliance groups members into 3 categories based on the size of the factor program: start-up, medium and large.


HTCs that have not yet sold factor but are setting up a program.

HTCs that have sold less than 5 million units of factor in the past 12 months.


HTCs that have sold more than 5 million units and less than 10 million units of factor in the past 12 months.


HTCs that have sold more than 10 million units of factor in the past 12 months.


The amount of Dues depends on your HTC category.


$1,200 per year


$6,000 per year


$10,800 per year

If you would like to become a member of the Hemophilia Alliance, please contact Joe Pugliese at