Current and (Potential) Future Effects of the Affordable Care Act on HIV Prevention

  title={Current and (Potential) Future Effects of the Affordable Care Act on HIV Prevention},
  author={Abigail H Viall and E. McCray and J. Mermin and P. Wortley},
  journal={Current HIV/AIDS Reports},
  • Abigail H Viall, E. McCray, +1 author P. Wortley
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Current HIV/AIDS Reports
  • Recent advances in science, program, and policy could better position the nation to achieve its vision of the USA as a place where new HIV infections are rare. Among these developments, passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010 may prove particularly important, as the health system transformations it has launched offer a supportive foundation for realizing the potential of other advances, both within and beyond the clinical arena. This article summarizes… CONTINUE READING
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