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The Planning Council partnered with the Center for Advancing Health Policy and Practice at the Boston University School of Public Health for the most recent Needs Assessment report. The goal was to identify barriers that prevent PLWH, both in and out of care, from receiving needed services, engaging in care, and/or adhering​ to medication regimens.


The Funding Streams report is written every year by the Planning Council Support Staff to provide an overview of the funding available to provide HIV/AIDS services within the Boston EMA.  The conclusions and recommendations from this report are used by members of the Planning Council to set Part A service definitions and make funding decisions within the Planning Council cycle.


Cover sheet_Boston EMA Integrated Plan_Final.png2016-2021 INTEGRATED​ CARE AND PREVENTION PLAN 

The Integrated Care and Prevention Plan is a jointly written document which reflects our community's vision and values regarding how best to deliver HIV prevention and care services. The Plan was a joint effort across multiple HIV stakeholder groups in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, as seen below:

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Written with action steps through 2021, this plan will accelerate progress toward reaching the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, including:

      • ​Preventing new HIV infections
      • Increasing access to care and improving health outcomes
      • Reducing HIV-related health disparities

Fiscal Year 2015 Client Level Outcomes Report
Ryan White Conference 2016 Poster: Factors associated with unsuppressed viral load

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