Appendix C
Workshop Agenda

A WORKSHOP TO IDENTIFY FACILITATORS AND BARRIERS TO HIV TESTING

Hosted by the Committee on HIV Screening and Access to Care


April 15–16, 2010


House of Sweden

2900 K Street NW

Washington, DC 20007


Thursday, April 15, 2010

8:30

Welcome, Background and Overview of Workshop

Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale University (Committee Chair)

8:45

Session 1—Facilitators and Barriers to HIV Testing: Community and Medical Settings

Moderator: Paul Cleary, Ph.D.

 

Community Settings

Laura Bogart, Ph.D., Harvard University (15 min)

 

Hospital and Other Ambulatory Care Settings

Carlos del Rio, M.D., Emory University (15 min)

 

Emergency Departments

Jeremy Brown, M.D., George Washington University (15 min)

 

Discussion and Q & A (30 min)

10:00

Break



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Appendix C Workshop Agenda A WORKSHOP TO IDENTIFY FACILITATORS AND BARRIERS TO HIV TESTING Hosted by the Committee on HIV Screening and Access to Care April 15–16, 2010 House of Sweden 2900 K Street NW Washington, DC 20007 Thursday, April 15, 2010 Welcome, Background and Overview of Workshop 8:30 Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale Uniersity (Committee Chair) Session 1—Facilitators and Barriers to HIV Testing: Community 8:45 and Medical Settings Moderator: Paul Cleary, Ph.D. Community Settings Laura Bogart, Ph.D., Harard Uniersity ( min) Hospital and Other Ambulatory Care Settings Carlos del Rio, M.D., Emory Uniersity ( min) Emergency Departments Jeremy Brown, M.D., george Washington Uniersity ( min) Discussion and Q & A (30 min) Break 10:00 

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 HIV SCREENINg AND ACCESS TO CARE Session 2—Facilitators and Barriers to HIV Testing: Corrections 10:15 Settings Moderator: Susan Cu-Uin, M.D. HIV Testing in Jails and Prisons: The Time Is Now Timothy Flanigan, M.D., Brown Uniersity ( min) Logistical and Policy Barriers to HIV Testing Presented by Correctional Policies and Practices Nina Harawa, Ph.D., M.P.H., Charles Drew Uniersity ( min) The District of Columbia Department of Corrections’ Automatic HIV Testing and Counseling Program Deon Brown, District of Columbia Department of Corrections ( min) Discussion and Q & A (30 min) Session 3—State Health Department Perspectives on Facilitators 11:30 and Barriers to HIV Testing Moderator: Beth Scalco, M.S.W., M.P.A. Health Departments and HIV Screening Natalie Cramer, M.S.S.W. National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors ( min) Practical Considerations of Expanded HIV Testing and Screening: A State-Level View Kein Cranston, M.Di. HIV/AIDS Bureau, Massachusetts Department of Public Health ( min) Discussion and Q & A (20 min) Summary of Morning Sessions 12:20 Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale Uniersity (Committee Chair) Lunch 12:30

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 APPENDIX C Session 4—HIV Testing: Issues for Specific Populations 1:30 Moderator: Arleen Leibowitz, Ph.D., M.A. Persons with Serious Mental Illness Michael Blank, Ph.D., Uniersity of Pennsylania ( min) African American MSM Darrell Wheeler, Ph.D., M.P.H., Hunter College ( min) Native Americans/Alaska Natives/Native Hawaiians RADM Scott giberson, R.Ph., Ph.C., M.P.H., Indian Health Serice ( min) Adolescents Donna Futterman, M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine ( min) Latino MSM Manya Magnus, Ph.D., M.P.H., george Washington Uniersity ( min) Discussion and Q & A (50 min) Break 3:35 Session 5—HIV Testing: Outreach to the Population 3:50 Moderator: Antonia Villarruel, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN Access to HIV Testing: The Road Less Traveled Peter Leone, M.D., Uniersity of North Carolina ( min) Perspectives on Outreach from the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Benjamin Tsoi, M.D., M.P.H., NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene ( min) Discussion and Q & A (20 min) Summary of Day and Closing Remarks 4:40 Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale Uniersity (Committee Chair) Adjourn 5:00

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 HIV SCREENINg AND ACCESS TO CARE ********************************************* DAY TWO Friday, April 16, 2010 Welcome and Overview of Day 8:30 Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale Uniersity (Committee Chair) Session 1—Private Insurer Perspectives on Payer-Related 8:45 Facilitators and Barriers to HIV Testing Moderator: Jennifer Kates, M.A., M.P.A. Examples from the Field: Kaiser Permanente and Aetna Michael Horberg, M.D.,FACP, Kaiser Permanente ( min) Andrew Baskin, M.D., Aetna ( min) Understanding the Policy and Regulatory Framework of the Private Insurance Marketplace—Implications for Coverage of HIV Testing gary Claxton, Kaiser Family Foundation ( min) Discussion and Q & A (45 min) Break 10:15 Session 2—Government Perspectives on Payer-Related Facilitators 10:30 and Barriers to HIV Testing Moderator: Jennifer Kates, M.A., M.P.A. The Relationship Between Public Health Recommendations and Insurance Reimbursement Bernie Branson, M.D., Centers for Disease Control and Preention ( min) Medicaid and HIV Testing Cindy Mann, J.D., Center for Medicaid & State Operations ( min) Discussion and Q & A (45 min) Summary of Day and Closing Remarks 11:45 Paul Cleary, Ph.D., Yale Uniersity (Committee Chair) Adjourn 12:00