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Update: 7 PM ET, Monday, February 14: BCBS of LA released a statement saying they are reviewing the CMS FAQ released Friday, February 7. However, the statement reiterates their current policy that they will not take Ryan White premium payments. Given the coverage gaps that still exist for people with HIV/AIDS, these individuals still need […]
Just as the Presidents Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) prepares to host an unprecedented panel on employment issues at their meeting at the end of this month, a six-city study of the largest US cohort of Black gay and bisexual men shows a clear link between social and economic factors — such as unemployment — with the […]
We’re not even a month into 2014, and we’re delighted to say that our network has had its first victory of the year. In the last few weeks, many of you endorsed our Open Letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on their 2013 MMWR Report on HIV Testing and Risk of […]