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Principles for Ending HIV as an Epidemic in the United States: A Policy Paper of IDSA and HIVMA outlines the policy reforms needed to end HIV as an epidemic and includes HIVMA’s policy recommendations for advancing them.

A Systems Level Approach to Innovative HIV Care and Treatment Models in the United States: Street Medicine and Differentiated Service Delivery outlines new ways of delivering health care to individuals not well served by traditional health care systems and policy recommendations for implementing them. Learn more in the Science Speaks blog series that discusses the need for change and the role of providers and community health workers.

Also see the October 2023 Health Affairs Forefront article from HIVMA members Wendy Armstrong, MD, FIDSA, Tyler Evans, MD, FIDSA, and Hansel Emory Tookes III, MD, MPH, “To End the HIV Epidemic, We Need to Reach Unsheltered Homeless Populations,” that calls on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to implement policies to facilitate implementation of street medicine programs to reduce HIV disparities among people who are unhoused.



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