A social worker and patient navigator discuss how they provide services, reduce stigma, and break down barriers to care. Being a new parent is a tough job for anyone—but it’s even more difficult when substance use recovery is part of the mix. For parents who are also struggling with a lack of re [...]
Results suggest Medicaid Buy-in Programs in Lousiana and Massachusetts improve access to care for children with disabilities Because children with disabilities use more health-care services than children generally, their families often experience higher health care costs to provide for their childre [...]
CHIP is jointly financed by federal and state dollars, and is administered by each state. CHIP provides health care coverage to uninsured children up to age 19 whose family income is too high for Medicaid, but less than state-specific income eligibility limits. Within broad federal guidelines, each [...]
No one understands the reality of HIV better than someone who lives with it every day. This is the concept at the heart of the MAI SPNS Peer Re-Engagement Project. The Center for Advancing Health Policy and Programs(CAHPP) partnered with three clinics to evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention [...]
Through its Targeted HIV Outreach and Intervention Model Development (Outreach Initiative), the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) program funded ten demonstration sites to implement and evaluate strategies to engage and retain underserv [...]
President Obama signed CHIPRA in February 2009. This federal legislation extended funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) to September 2013. It also included performance bonuses for states that implemented new ways to identify and enroll all children who were eligible for CH [...]
Produced by the HRSA/SPNS Outreach Initiative, this resource provides techniques, case studies, and multiple outreach/intake/monitoring tools on engaging and retaining hard-to-reach PLWHA in care.
Medicaid buy-in programs create a pathway to Medicaid for CYSHCN with complex health needs whose family income is too high for Medicaid.
Curriculum in English Un currículo de supervisión de pares de un día. El propósito de este currículo es capacitar al personal que estará supervisando a los pares VIH positivos mientras brindan apoyo a los pacientes para el cumplimiento con el tratamiento y retención en el cuidado.
Medicaid buy-in programs allow families who meet certain eligibility criteria (often disability-related) but whose household income exceeds a state’s income eligibility limits to purchase Medicaid benefits.
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