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Latinos and HIV/AIDS

Latinos in the United States continue to be impacted by HIV/AIDS, having higher rates of both new HIV infections and people living with HIV disease than their white counterparts.1,2,3,4  Latino youth and gay and bisexual men have been particularly affected, and the epidemic’s impact varies across…

Be Greater Than AIDS: Get Yourself Tested!

NEWS RELEASE June 21, 2011 Public and Private Sectors Join to Get Out the Word about HIV Testing Five-City Concert Series, Free HIV Testing Events, Special Programming and More Greater Than AIDS and GYT: Get Yourself Tested, two leading national campaigns committed to reducing the spread of HIV and other…

Walgreens, Ebony Encourage Americans to “Be Greater Than AIDS”

NEWS RELEASE June 21, 2011 Free HIV Testing, Targeted HIV/AIDS Resources at Walgreens Stores in Heavily Affected Areas Walgreens is teaming up with Greater Than AIDS, a national campaign in response to HIV/AIDS in the United States, to distribute informational resources and specialized HIV-related services at more than 300 Walgreens…

Medicaid and HIV: A National Analysis

This report considers Medicaid’s current role in providing health coverage for people with HIV. It analyzes national enrollment and spending patterns for Medicaid enrollees with HIV, looking at key demographics, Medicaid eligibility pathways, services and geographic distribution. It also compares Medicaid enrollees with HIV to their counterparts without the disease,…

Quick Take: An Update on the ACA & HIV: Medicaid Health Homes

We recently wrote about the different ways in which the Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes pathways to health insurance coverage for people with HIV, and chronicled these specifics, as well as several outstanding questions, in a policy brief.  As we noted, among the many provisions of the ACA designed to…

Women and HIV/AIDS in the United States

This updated fact sheet highlights the impact of HIV/AIDS on women in the United States, providing current data and trends over time.

Forum on CDC’s New HIV Testing Recommendations

Forum on CDC’s New HIV Testing Recommendations The Kaiser Family Foundation hosted a panel discussion on October 3 in Washington, D.C., to explore the implications of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s revised recommendations on HIV testing, which say HIV tests should become a routine part of medical care…

Addressing the HIV/AIDS Epidemic at Home and Abroad: Short-Term Policy Options Under Consideration by the New Administration and Congress

This past summer, the United States government’s global HIV/AIDS program was reauthorized and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new data indicating that the epidemic at home was worse than previously thought. These events called significant attention to HIV/AIDS and together present the new Administration and…

Here Media Empowers Gay Community to be “Greater Than AIDS”

World’s Largest Gay Media Company Partners on Cross-Cutting HIV/AIDS Campaign, Launches New Informational Resources Here Media, the world’s largest gay media company, has joined with Greater Than AIDS — a new national movement to respond to AIDS in America — to inform and engage the LGBT community about HIV/AIDS. The…

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