Pennsylvania Lyme Legislation


Senate Bill HB629

  • 2019 – Pennsylvania’s Lyme insurance bill has passed the House Health Committee. HB 629now moves on to the House floor. READ MORE.
  • 2019 – Call to Action for 2019 PA Access to Lyme/Tickborne Disease Treatment Bill HB629

Senate Bill 1299

An Act providing for patient access to diagnostics and treatments for Lyme disease and related tick-borne illnesses; and requiring health care policies to provide certain coverage

Gov. Corbett signs Lyme prevention bill

The Times of Chester County, Chester County, Pennsylvania
Last week, Gov. Tom Corbett signed The Lyme and Related Tick-Borne Disease Surveillance, Education, Prevention Act, which adds a number of new weapons in the fight against Lyme Disease – and an effort championed by many in the Chester County area, including the Chester/Delaware County Farm Bureau.
The bill includes the first tick surveillance program in Pennsylvania, educational access for affected school children, a prevention focus in the schools regarding childrens’ tick bites on school property, and a new task force to provide recommendations to enhance prevention, educate doctors on current research on these emerging diseases, improve the patient experience, and provide access to more appropriate care in the commonwealth.
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October 12, 2014
New legislation to create Lyme disease task force, focuses on prevention

 October 2, 2012
PA House Bill 272 PASSED TODAY,
Great News — even with insurance companies issuing major opposition over the last day to all House representatives, the House Bill 272 PASSED today!!


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