Supporting HIV care through education and innovation

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  1. and this one , as far as we know) are putting themselves out front, and not just ...
    Feature Article published on 11/28/2012

  2. 172 reads Guide to help substance abuse treatment agencies increase their capacity to bill health insurance and Medicaid plans for their services as an increasing number of clients obtain public and private health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care...
    Library Resource published on 05/31/2011

  3. The goal of Integrating HIV Innovative Practices (IHIP) is to enable health care providers to implement proven innovations within their own practices and clinics. This Webinar is the second in a three part series featuring grantees of the Health Resources...
    Library Resource published on 09/26/2013

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    Event on 09/27/2013

  5. 167 reads HealthCare.Gov has been updated to provide new consumer educational tools on coverage options for individuals, families, and small businesses. New (and easier-to-use) features include: A Q/A format to highlight coverage options, depending on your...
    News Article published on 06/23/2013

  6.  Equally important: the data system is helping Malawi learn what factors ...
    Feature Article published on 07/25/2012

  7. 392 reads This Pre-Conference offer information on PCMH certification requirements, what to expect during an on-site survey, how PCMH certification relates to other accreditation activities, available PCMH resources, and how to get started on becoming...
    Event on 11/07/2012

  8. the Meeting? Learn what happened in hundreds of sessions: Workshop Slides ...
    Feature Article published on 11/28/2012

  9. HIV-positive peers who work to retain PLWHA in care and treatment and who may have experienced life challenges similar to those of their clients have unique needs for supervision and support. Effective peer supervision calls for supervisors to develop a...
    Library Resource published on 11/02/2009

  10. HIV-positive peers who work to retain PLWHA in care and treatment and who may have experienced life challenges similar to those of their clients have unique needs for supervision and support. Effective peer supervision calls for supervisors to develop a...
    Library Resource published on 01/18/2011

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