Health Reform

Obama's Actions Could Put HIV Patients at Risk

March 7, 2014

Roll Call

"The Obama administration has done much to improve the health and well-being of many Americans, including people with HIV and AIDS, but we believe they are not currently implementing the law that Congress passed and prioritizing the interests of patients as they should be."

TAI Comments on Draft 2015 Letter to Issuers in the Federally-facilitated ACA Marketplaces

February 24, 2014 "If the ACA is going to work for people living with HIV/AIDS and others with chronic conditions, we trust CMS will carefully consider the recommendations we have outlined in these comments." Click here to read the letter. 

The AIDS Institute Comments Before the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS

September 25, 2013

“While it will be important to analyze the impact of health reform on Ryan White as a whole, doing so with respect to diverse communities and across geographic regions will be critical to addressing health disparities.”

Click here to read the comments.

HIV Testing Reimbursement Group Letter to Office of National HIV/AIDS Policy Regarding HIV Care Continuum Initiative

September 25, 2013

"The HIV Care Continuum Initiative is a critical step towards advancing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. The HIV Testing Reimbursement Access Working Group, subcommittee of the Federal AIDS Policy Partnership, urges you to consider the role of HIV testing as the Initiative is further delineated."

HIV Testing Group Letter to HHS Secretary Regarding Implementing USPSTF Grade Change for Routine HIV Screening

June 7, 2013

"There are several steps the Department can take to ensure that federally funded health care providers and payers, such as Medicare and Medicaid, cover routine HIV testing now that the USPSTF has changed its grade."

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