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The NHPCC serves as a bridge among the 8 regional hemophilia networks throughout the U.S. and its territories. Explore each region in the map below.

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Regional Hemophilia Networks

The NHPCC serves as a bridge among the 8 regional hemophilia networks throughout the U.S. and its territories. Explore the regions:

Regional Core Centers

Each of the 8 Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-funded regional hemophilia networks has a regional core center (RCC) that collaborates with national, regional, and local partners to ensure that the grant deliverables and other goals are being met. The RCC is responsible for the administrative and fiduciary duties over the federal funding for the region, and identifying emerging needs.

Hemophilia Treatment Centers

Hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs) are clinics that specialize in providing comprehensive care for patients with bleeding disorders. This multidisciplinary, integrated care team includes physicians, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, and other specialists. The NHPCC collaborates with 149 HTCs across the U.S. that partner with ATHN and make up the regional hemophilia networks.

Data on the Healthy People 2020 measure for joint disease (BDBS-16) shows a decrease in the number of patients with severe hemophilia who have >4 joint bleeds per year from 17.4% in 2015 to 7.8% in 2020.

2015 (Baseline) - 17.4%. 2020 - 7.8%