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  1. health coverage. The Premium Tax Credit: What You Need to Know is a slide ... November 15, 2015 . Are you ready? Sign up for Enrollment in Health Coverage ...
    News Article updated on 10/22/2014

  2. 296 reads This introductory training and toolkit is to brief HIV clinicians on substance abuse and HIV among older adults. The curriculum was prepared by the AETC clinical training network of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. Substance Abuse Populations Cu ...
    News Article updated on 10/14/2015

  3. coverage options. New enrollment and eligibility verification process. What HIV providers need to know. Health Care Reform Eligibility Monday, April ...
    News Article updated on 05/24/2013

  4. 1194 reads HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau has created a new webpage, Ryan White and the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know .  The webpage  offers: Guidance on select provisions of ACA for the Ryan White ...
    News Article updated on 03/08/2013

  5. Ryan White & the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know . For TA ...
    News Article updated on 05/21/2013

  6. White & the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know .  ... White & the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know . For technical ...
    News Article updated on 10/16/2013

  7. of the Update Executive Order Fact Sheet Infographic: NHAS: Updated to 2020- What You Need to Know Infographic: NHAS: Updated to 2020- 5 Major Changes ...
    News Article updated on 07/25/2016

  8. 378 reads AIDS United, in collaboration with the HRSA/HAB's Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) and Boston University's School of Public Health, has released a funding opportunity under a new initiative called Dissemination of Evide ...
    News Article updated on 05/03/2016

  9. know you could benefit from Marketplace options. Raise the topic ... Americans can get the care they need, when they need it, at a price they can ... if there may be opportunities for you.  See these training resources ...
    News Article updated on 03/31/2014

  10. 1097 reads In the Know: Social Media for Public Health is a webcast series offering training on use of social media channels (Twitter, LinkedIn and Slideshare, Gaming and Mobile, Facebook and Image Sharing, Google+ and You ...
    News Article updated on 03/14/2013

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