NASHP has written two case studies for HealthHIV’s Three D HIV Prevention Program, which is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and provides technical assistance to better inform programmatic decisions impacting the delivery of quality HIV prevention and treatment services:
- New York’s experience implementing performance metrics for the HIV/AIDS population in its Medicaid managed care program may offer lessons for other states considering how to implement metrics to help ensure quality care for people living with HIV/AIDS or other populations with complex needs. Read the case study here.
- Wisconsin operates the country’s first and only health home program for Medicaid beneficiaries living with HIV/AIDS. Wisconsin’s experience operating the HIV/AIDS health home program may provide insight to other states considering the health home state plan option as a strategy to support integrated care for Medicaid beneficiaries living with HIV/AIDS, or for states considering a health home program for patients with other complex, chronic conditions. Read the case study here.