Medicaid 101: Health Care Programs for People with HIV

Medicaid 101: Health Care Programs for People with HIV

This presentation provides case managers and other client advocates with basic information about the public health care programs in New York State that are key for people living with HIV/AIDS, including Medicaid, ADAP, Child Health Plus and Family Health Plus. Topics include eligibility criteria, fair hearings and some of the common barriers and obstacles clients face when trying to access health care services. This training prepares participants to apply eligibility criteria, identify potential legal issues, present legal references to county workers and make referrals to legal services when necessary.

This presentation is part of a new AIDS Institute funded initiative presenting a broad array of legal topics to HIV service providers across New York State.

Date of presentation: 03/30/2010

Presenters: Geoffrey Hale, J. D., Ph. D., Empire Justice Center
Viewing time: 1 hours 52 minutes

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