WHO WE ARE
Kidney Care Partners (KCP) was founded in May of 2003 as a coalition of patient advocates, dialysis professionals, care providers, researchers, and manufacturers dedicated to working together to improve quality of care for individuals living with kidney diseases.
KIDNEY CARE FIRST
A Framework for Improving Renal Disease Support & Treatments
Kidney Care FIRST is a broad look at how we can dramatically improve kidney care nationwide, save lives, and achieve potentially billions of dollars in savings to our healthcare system.
More than 88K Americans are currently waiting for a kidney transplant.
Nearly 500K Americans are currently on dialysis.
More than 700K Americans are living with kidney failure (ESRD).
More than 124K Americans are diagnosed with kidney failure each year.
More than 30M Americans are living with chronic kidney disease.
Dialysis centers will get thousands of COVID-19 vaccine doses to vaccinate their patients and employees, the Biden administration announced Thursday. The doses will be provided directly to dialysis centers for patients who receive treatment at least three times a week. People on dialysis who contract COVID-19 are at greater risk for serious illness and death….
Kidney Care Partners Applauds New White House Partnership with Outpatient Dialysis Clinics to Vaccinate Individuals with Kidney Failure
Partnership Will Allow Immediate Vaccinations to One of America’s Most Vulnerable Patient Populations WASHINGTON, DC – Kidney Care Partners (KCP) – the nation’s largest kidney coalition comprised of physician groups, providers, patient advocacy groups, manufacturers and researchers – today applauded the White House’s announcement to partner with dialysis clinics to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to individuals with…
Kidney Care Partners Applauds the Confirmation of Xavier Becerra as U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services
WASHINGTON, DC – Kidney Care Partners (KCP) – the nation’s largest kidney coalition comprised of physician groups, providers, patient advocacy groups, manufacturers and researchers, today applauded the U.S. Senate approval of Xavier Becerra as the new Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). “The nation’s kidney community stands ready to work collaboratively with…