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B Workshop Agenda A WORKSHOP TO EXPLORE FACILITATORS AND BARRIERS TO HIV/AIDS CARE Hosted by the Committee on HIV Screening and Access to Care June 21–22, 2010 Barbara Jordan Conference Center Kaiser Family Foundation 1330 G Street NW, Washington, DC Monday, June 21, 2010 8:30 AM Welcome and Overview of Workshop Paul Cleary, Committee Chair 8:45 AM Overview of Clinical Care and Social Service Needs of Persons with HIV/AIDS Moderator: Paul Cleary, Committee Chair Clinical Care Michael Saag, University of Alabama, Birmingham (15 min) Social Services Kevin Lindamood, Health Care for the Homeless (15 min) Discussion and Q & A (30 min) 83

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84 HIV SCREENING AND ACCESS TO CARE 9:50 AM Panel—Entry Into and Sustained HIV/AIDS Care: The Role of Federal and State and Private Health Insurance Policies Moderator: Jennifer Kates, Committee Member Overview: Assessing the Patchwork of Care and Services Jennifer Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation (Committee member) (15 min) Federal Perspective Deborah Parham Hopson, Health Resources and Services Administration (15 min) State Perspective Heather Hauck, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (15 min) 10:35 AM Break 10:50 AM Panel—Entry Into and Sustained HIV/AIDS Care: The Role of Federal and State and Private Health Insurance Policies, continued Provider Perspective Andrea Weddle, HIV Medicine Association (15 min) Corrections Perspective Becky White, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (15 min) Discussion and Q & A (50 min) 12:10 PM Remarks on Morning Sessions Paul Cleary, Committee Chair 12:15 PM Lunch 1:15 PM Payment for Treatment of Earlier Stage HIV Infection Moderator: Arleen Leibowitz, Committee Member Kaiser Permanente Michael Horberg, Kaiser Permanente (15 min)

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85 APPENDIX B Experiences of the San Francisco Department of Public Health Grant Colfax, San Francisco Department of Public Health (15 min) Discussion and Q & A (30 min) 2:20 PM Panel—HIV Medication Adherence Programs Moderator: Kevin Carmichael, Committee Member Effectiveness of HIV Medication Adherence Programs David Bangsberg, Harvard University (15 min) Federal and State Agency Policies in Funding HIV Medication Adherence Programs Deborah Parham Hopson, Health Resources and Services Administration (15 min) Wayne Duffus, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (15 min) Discussion and Q & A (40 min) 3:45 PM Break 4:00 PM The Role of Federal and State Agencies in Supporting Integrated HIV Care Services Stewart Landers, John Snow, Inc. (15 min) Discussion and Q & A (20 min) 4:35 PM General Discussion 4:55 PM Closing Remarks Paul Cleary, Committee Chair 5:00 PM Adjourn ********************************************

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86 HIV SCREENING AND ACCESS TO CARE DAY TWO Tuesday, June 22, 2010 8:30 AM Welcome and Overview of Morning Paul Cleary, Committee Chair 8:40 AM Panel—Impact of Housing, Mental Health, and Immigration Policies on HIV/AIDS Care Access and Retention Moderator: Liisa Randall, Committee Member Shifting our Categories: Policy Implications of a Syndemics Approach to Overcoming Barriers to HIV/AIDS Testing and Treatment Merrill Singer, University of Connecticut (15 min) Impact of Unstable Housing and Associated Policy David Holtgrave, Johns Hopkins University (15 min) Impact of Mental Health Policies Evelyn Tomaszewski, National Association of Social Workers (15 min) Impact of Immigration Policy Catalina Sol, La Clínica del Pueblo (15 min) Discussion and Q & A (45 min) 10:25 AM Closing Remarks Paul Cleary, Committee Chair 10:30 AM Adjourn