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  1. to adjust to health care reform. See what ideas they had to share in Federal ... and enhance the HIV continuum of care. How can you summarize that in a few ... across state lines (patience, need, the right staff, and a secure portal ...
    Blog Post updated on 09/29/2017

  2. be aided by some type of initial assessment to determine what is needed when ... Force)  Needs Assessment (data findings)  Cultural and Linguistic Competence ... deliver HIV/AIDS care to underserved populations and have a particular need ...
    Blog Post updated on 10/17/2017

  3. dental needs vs. routine dental care Be able to understand when and what ... they need to recognize and manage oral health and disease for people living ... ability of the medical team to recognize emergency dental needs vs. routine ...
    Resource updated on 07/17/2017

  4. Have you already started or know someone who has? If you have used one ... This site is dedicated to helping you learn about evidence-informed HIV ... stages. IHIP quite literally helps you take tested innovation and turn ...
    Basic page updated on 10/27/2017

  5. for disproportionately affected HIV subpopulations. You Might Win a Prize NQC has outlined ...
    News Article updated on 05/22/2017

  6. d-codes needed to report client medications; Rx-REX (now called TRAX ... you review the quality of your client-level data throughout the year. ...
    Resource updated on 10/26/2015

  7. Program core medical providers need to have a strong understanding of what ...
    Resource updated on 08/16/2017

  8. begins November 1! In this webinar, find out what’s new for 2017 and how to make sure your RWHAP clients re-enroll in the best plan for their needs ...
    Resource updated on 02/14/2017

  9. Statement of Need Guidance: Janet C. Cleveland (CDC) and Heather Hauck ... and Viral Load Suppression: 2013: Emily Chew, MPH (HRSA) What Effect Does HIV ...
    Resource updated on 04/21/2017

  10. contemplating what the Affordable Care Act would mean for them even before the legislation was enacted in 2010. What services should they keep providing?  What source of funding will keep the doors open?  What opportunities ...
    Blog Post updated on 05/14/2015

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