Ryan White CARE Act: Estimated Effect of Proposed Stop-Loss Provision in H. R. 3293 on Urban Areas
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 10 pages
Estimates the effect on Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act (CARE Act) funding to urban areas (UA) if a certain stop-loss provision is enacted. Under the CARE Act, funding for UA is provided through three categories of grants: (1) formula grants that are awarded based on the case counts of people with HIV/AIDS in an UA; (2) supplemental grants that are awarded on a competitive basis based on an UA's demonstration of need; and (3) Minority AIDS Initiative grants, which are awarded to UA to address disparities in access, treatment, care, and health outcomes. This report developed an estimate of CARE Act funding with the stop-loss provision in, and also developed an estimate of such funding without that provision. Ill.
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