EPSDT is federally mandated benefit, for all children 0 to 21 enrolled in Medicaid.
Using digital media to capture & share patient stories–As part of the initiative Building a Medical Home for Multiply Diagnosed HIV Homeless Populations, staff from nine HIV provider sites created digital stories demonstrating their clients’ experiences working with the initiative. [...]
Didn’t make it to the American Public Health Association annual meeting, or missed the presentation of one of our staff members? We have made the following presentation materials available on our website: Presentation: Transitional Care Coordination: Providing a Supportive Link Between Jail and Co [...]
Presented on Nov. 16, 2017 Webinar slides (PDF) Community Health Workers have the potential to improve outcomes on the HIV care continuum, but what does that look like in a Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) funded agency? What is their scope of work and how can they be funded? During this webinar, [...]
Since 2015, staff from the Center have been conducting a multisite evaluation of four previously released HIV interventions focusing on specific populations. These interventions, funded under the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau, and Special Projects of National Signi [...]
Race, ethnicity, language spoken at home, culture, number of functional difficulties, and socioeconomic factors affect access to health care and coverage for CYSHCN.
From August 23 – 26, CAHPP staff and partners participated in the 2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment in Washington DC. Program recipients such as direct HIV care providers and others involved in HIV care and treatment came together to learn the latest advances in HIV c [...]
The staff of the Catalyst Center has in-depth knowledge of the implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), which was passed in 2010. The Supreme Court upheld challenges to the law in 2012 and 2015. Our team has produced a range of peer-reviewed articles, fact sheets, report [...]
Title V programs, Medicaid agencies, and Family Leader organizations have a variety of programs that help families raising CYSHCN understand health care financing.
Care coordination helps ensure CYSHCN receive all needed services and avoids duplication. At its best, care coordination is a covered service.
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