Study of the Impact of Changes in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Legislation on Care and Treatment Services

Dates: 2008-2009

Geographic Scope: Nationwide

Client(s): HRSA - HAB

Services: Health Care & Public Health Planning, Applied Research & Evaluation, Training & Technical Assistance, Health Systems Transformation

Technical Expertise: HIV & Infectious Diseases

The 2006 reauthorization of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act included a number of provisions and changes that have affected grantees and the provision of HIV care and treatment services. In 2007, HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) Division of Science and Policy (DSP) contracted with JSI to assess the implementation of the core medical services provision among nine Part A, B, and C grantees. In fall 2008, HAB contracted again with JSI to conduct an assessment of the impact of a number of additional changes in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program legislation on care and treatment services. For this study, JSI conducted discussions with 27 Ryan White Program grantees, including nine Part A eligible metropolitan areas (EMAs) and transitional grant areas (TGAs), nine Part B states and territories, and nine Part D programs that serve women, infants, children, and youth.


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