These days, it’s rare to point to the U.S. health sector as a model for anything other than chaos and complexity, but there are both lessons learned from mistakes and occasional beacons of hope like the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program that can be instructive for countries—especially low- and middle-income countries—seeking to stretch limited health funding to achieve universal health coverage.
I began to wonder if the Ask Me 3™ framework could have been used to guide the presidential debates. Would we have better information to guide our selection if the moderator prefaced each topic area with the Ask Me 3™ questions?
Implementing or expanding third-party billing is a way for publicly-funded STD clinics to diversify revenue streams, ensure access to care, and potentially expand services to populations who need them the most. JSI’s Jennifer Kawatu and Andee Krasner offer tips and tools to help clinics navigate third-party billing.
On World AIDS Day, JSI Senior Consultant Juli Powers discusses the post-ACA health care environment, and how community-based organizations that deliver HIV services can adapt and cooperate to ensure long-term sustainability.
Who is most impacted by HIV in the United States, and what are the promising policies and interventions that can help reduce new infections and improve the health and well-being of those living with HIV? Stewart Landers, Director of JSI/Boston, offers insight and a thank you to those who have fought to end the epidemic.
Enrollment assisters play an essential role in helping people living with HIV to find a health plan that best covers their health needs, including critical medications and care. A new video produced by the Affordable Care Enrollment Technical Assistance (ACE TA) provides information about the enrollment needs of people living with HIV.
Enrollment assisters play an essential role in helping people living with HIV to find a health plan that best covers their health needs, including critical medications and care. Watch this video to better understand the enrollment needs of people living with HIV. Visit http://targethiv.org/assisters for more information.
Learn how the Affordable Care Act and the recent Supreme Court decision positively impacts those not only living with HIV but how it helping organizations in their work to prevent, diagnose and enroll people with HIV. [Infographic].
Read JSI’s Rachel Tobey’s commentary on the Supreme Court’s landmark decision this week in King v. Burwell, which ruled that the Affordable Care Act does not prevent tax subsidies from going to help people buy health insurance in states that have not set up insurance exchanges under the health-care reform law.
In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the AIDS.gov project reminds women that many preventive health services, including free HIV and other STI testing, is covered under the Affordable Care Act.