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HIVMA News Releases

04/18/2018

Hank Tomlinson, Ph.D. to Lead CDC’s Global HIV and TB Efforts at Critical Time

The U.S. government response to the global impacts of HIV and tuberculosis is poised at a pivotal moment, in which we can seize the opportunity to end these devastating pandemics, or watch progress erode, infections increase, and our effective treatments compromised by growing drug resistance.
04/11/2018

PEPFAR report serves as a beacon and a warning

PEPFAR report serves as a beacon and a warning 2018-04-11 IDSA: Jennifer Morales jmorales@idsociety.org   PCI Public Relations (312) 558-1770 idsa@pcipr.com April 11, 2018 The 2018 Annual Report to Congress released by the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
03/22/2018

IDSA and HIVMA call for sustained, evidence-based responses to the link between infectious diseases and opioid use disorders

IDSA and HIVMA call for sustained, evidence-based responses to the link between infectious diseases and opioid use disorders 2018-03-22   IDSA and HIVMA call for sustained, evidence-based responses to the link between infectious diseases and opioid use disorders Contact: IDSA: Jennifer Mora
02/13/2018

HIVMA Response to President’s Budget Proposal

HIVMA Response to President’s Budget Proposal 2018-02-13   HIVMA Response to President’s Budget Proposal February 13, 2018 Statement from HIVMA Chair Melanie Thompson Contact: Jennifer Morales (703) 299-0412 jmorales@idsociety.org or  PCI Public Relations (312) 558-1770 idsa@pcip
02/01/2018

IDSA, HIVMA highlight place for public health priorities in State of the Union agenda

During his State of the Union Address last night, the president emphasized his commitment to national security by supporting an end to budget caps for defense spending. The members of IDSA and HIVMA urge the President and Congress to increase that commitment by raising the budget caps for defense and non-defense spending in parity. 
01/18/2018

New “Conscience and Religious Freedom” Division at the Department of Health and Human Services Sanctions Discrimination in Healthcare

The Department of Health and Human Services announced a new office dedicated to investigating conscience objections and religious-freedom concerns in health care.
01/12/2018

Administration Policy on Medicaid Work Requirements Harmful to People with HIV Statement of HIVMA Chair Melanie Thompson, MD

The administration’s new guidance on Medicaid work requirements opens the door for states to impose employment as a condition of Medicaid eligibility and runs counter to the Medicaid program’s objectives of providing a reliable and comprehensive source of healthcare coverage to individuals and families whose income, and/or disabilities put that coverage otherwise out of their reach. 
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The Department of Health and Human Services announced a new office dedicated to investigating conscience objections and religious-freedom concerns in health care.
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HIVMA Response to President’s Budget Proposal
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