Topic: Priority Setting and Resource Allocation
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program resources are limited and need is severe. This heightens the responsibility of planning councils to use sound information and a rational decision-making process when deciding which services and other program categories are priorities (priority setting) and how much to fund them (resource allocation).
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Multnomah County Health DepartmentJuly 2015
The Multnomah County (Portland, OR) Part A grantee has a process for working collaboratively with their planning council, which includes use of a "scorecard" to keep all parties informed about funds allocated to service areas and the outcomes in terms of costs and care outcomes.
Excel spreadsheet to score service categories for purposes of guiding decisions about setting priorities for Ryan White HIV/AIDS services, adjusted to account for implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
HRSA HIV/AIDS BureauJanuary 2009
Workbooks to help Ryan White planning bodies and other entities self-assess their effectiveness. Each SAM is designed for use by a small ad hoc group.