Regulatory Policy


We are committed to ensuring that high-quality, life-sustaining kidney care remains accessible to all individuals living with kidney disease and to providing prevention and education resources that help ensure these individuals live a full and productive life.

Together, with the Administration, we can advance policies that improve disease prevention, reduce time spent in hospitals, and focus on research and innovations that make a real difference for the 30 million Americans living with kidney disease.

KCP’s current regulatory policy priorities fall into three main categories:

  • 1 Enhancing choice, education and awareness
  • 2 Ensuring that payments reflect the true cost of providing high-quality care
  • 3 Promoting and rewarding high-quality care, while empowering patient-centered decision-making


Incentivizing & Supporting Innovation in Kidney Care

Removing Barriers to Treatment

Supporting Home Dialysis

Promoting & Rewarding High-Quality Care

Addressing Health Care Inequities

Empowering Patient-Centered Decision-Making

Reforming the Medicare Payment System