February 1, 2016
Today, the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) released key findings of the 2016 National ADAP Monitoring Project Annual Report. The National ADAP Monitoring Project is NASTAD's long-standing effort to document new developments and challenges faced by AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs), assessing key trends over time and providing the latest available data on the status of ADAPs. Since 1996, NASTAD has provided comprehensive analysis about ADAPs through The Report.
The Report provides an overview of the status of ADAPs following full implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Report includes:
Among the key findings:
As the systems for health care and public health continue to grow and change, ADAPs have undergone significant transformations in their structure and service provision in order to remain relevant in ensuring access to care and treatment for PLWH. This includes assisting clients in accessing new forms of medications and medical coverage as well as maintaining vital services through the Ryan White Program. This nimble and progressive approach has positioned ADAPs as a sustainable model for optimizing health outcomes for the clients they serve and as an effective complement to the broader health system.
Please contact Britten Pund with questions regarding The Report.
Learn more about ADAP here.
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