Identifying Gaps in the Receipt of Recommended Care Among Medicaid Beneficiaries with HIV
People with HIV can improve their health and prevent HIV transmissions by receiving recommended HIV care. But certain groups with HIV, such as African Americans, are less likely to receive regular HIV care compared to other groups. Medicaid plays an important role in providing care to people with HIV, as it is the single largest source of insurance for people living with HIV. This study will identify the extent to which Medicaid beneficiaries diagnosed with HIV receive care that aligns with the widely used Federal performance measures, both overall and by selected demographic factors that include race/ethnicity, sex, and location. Identification of potential gaps and disparities in care can help CMS, States, and managed care organizations identify areas for improvement to ensure that Medicaid beneficiaries with HIV receive care that improves health outcomes and reduces HIV transmission.
|Announced or Revised||Agency||Title||Component||Report Number(s)||Expected Issue Date (FY)|
|Completed (partial)||Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services||Identifying Gaps in the Receipt of Recommended Care Among Medicaid Beneficiaries with HIV||Office of Evaluation and Inspections||OEI-05-22-00240;