Ryan White CARE Act: Health Resources and Services Administration’s Implementation of Certain Provisions Hampered by Lack of Timely and Accurate Information
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 35 pages
Under the Ryan White CARE Act, funds are made available to assist over 530,000 individuals affected by HIV/AIDS. Grantees directly provide services to individuals or arrange with service providers to do so. The Health Resources and Services Admin. (HRSA), which administers CARE Act programs, is required to cancel balances of grants that are unobligated after one year and redistribute amounts to grantees in need. Under the CARE Act, states and territories receive grants for AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAP), which provide HIV/AIDS drugs. This report reviews: (1) HRSA's implementation of the unobligated balance provisions; (2) HRSA's actions to collect client-level data; and (3) the status of ADAP waiting lists. Charts and tables.
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able to obligate According to HRSA accurate information Act funds Act grantees Act programs actions to collect actual unobligated balances ADAP supplemental grants ADAP waiting lists amount available for obligation balances of greater CAREWare carryover funds client received client-level data collection collect client-level data collection and reporting data collection system data systems fiscal year 2009 fourth quarter grant award grant year 2008 Grantee Report grantee’s grantees and service grantees submitted HRSA has taken implement a client-level implement the unobligated information on grantees initial carryover request interviewed officials June 30 Kaiser Family Foundation level data Marcia Crosse Medicare Part D medications Minority AIDS Initiative number of drugs number of individuals percent provides for grants quarter of grant reobligated reporting system required HRSA RWTMA Ryan White HIV/AIDS September September 14 service providers submit their initial submitted their FSRs U.S. Virgin Islands United States Senate unobligated balance provisions White CARE Act