HEAR. HELP. HEAL. HOPE.
The ADAP Advocacy Association
mission is to promote and enhance the AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs)
and improve access to care for persons living with HIV/AIDS.
works with advocates, community, health care, government, patients,
pharmaceutical companies and other stakeholders to raise awareness, offer
patient educational program, and foster greater community collaboration.
is the only national grassroots organization focused exclusively on ADAPs
and ensuring that there are adequate resources nationwide to eliminate or
prevent waiting lists for services. Our purpose is to better engage people
living with HIV/AIDS by providing a platform whereby they can offer their
personal experiences, challenges, knowledge, insight and solutions to solving
this perpetual problem.
ADAP Advocacy Association Seats Board Members
New faces include Hilary Hansen & Jen Laws
WASHINGTON, D.C. - (July 18, 2016) - The ADAP Advocacy Association - also
today announced that it has seated its Board of Directors for 2016-2018.
Newly seated board members include Hilary Hansen of Washington, DC,
and Jen Laws of Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Discriminatory Design: HIV Treatment in the
By: Sean Dickson, Senior Manager, Health Systems Integration, National
Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
The National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD published
a groundbreaking report on the treatment of HIV medications by Affordable
Care Act insurance plans available on the Federally-facilitated marketplaces.
This report - Discriminatory Design: HIV Treatment in the Marketplace - reveals
pervasive deficiencies in marketplace plans coverage and pricing of
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ADAPs with Waiting Lists
(35 individuals in 1 state(s) on the ADAP Waiting List as of
July 28, 2014)
Source: The ADAP Watch, National Alliance of State &
Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD).
Eleven ADAPs have had cost-containment measures in place since April 1, 2013
(reported as of July 15, 2014).
No ADAPs currently anticipate additional cost-containment measures prior
to March 31, 2015.
HERE to read more.