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HIV Planning Council 2011-2012 Year End Report August 2, 2012 Jan Carl Park, MA/MPA Dorella Walters, MPA Governmental Co-Chair Community Co-Chair 1.

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1 HIV Planning Council Year End Report August 2, 2012 Jan Carl Park, MA/MPA Dorella Walters, MPA Governmental Co-Chair Community Co-Chair 1

2 HIV Health & Human Services Planning Council of New York 2

3 Planning Council Presentations Presentations – Planning Council Workplan & Timeline –Ryan White Part A Client Satisfaction Survey –HRSA Part A Monitoring Standards –Predictors of Adherence (CHAIN) –PC/Grantee Memorandum of Understanding –New DOHMH HIV Treatment Recommendations –NYC HIV/AIDS Epidemiologic Profile 3

4 Planning Council Presentations (continued) Presentations (continued) –Enhanced Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Prevention Plan (ECHPP) & 12 Cities – Comprehensive Strategic Plan –Change Agents: The Impact of the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid Reform & Health Homes on the Future of Ryan White Funded Services –Service Needs & Utilization in NYC, (CHAIN) –Eligibility & Coverage of Select Services Under NY Medicaid & Family Health Plus –Medicaid/MRT & Health Homes 4

5 Planning Council Actions Actions –Appointed Committee Chairs –Conducted Orientation, Planning Council Retreat –Elected Finance Officer –Approved Memorandum of Understanding –Approved FY11 Carryover Waiver –ApprovedFY12 Final Spending Plan –Approved Planning Council Support Budget – –Approved FY12 Base & MAI Reprogramming Plans – –Approved FY13 Priority Rankings & Allocations – –Completed FY 13 Preliminary Spending Plan 5

6 Consumers Committee 6

7 Presentations Presentations –Medical Monitoring Project (MMP) –Gender Disparities in HIV-Related Needs –KFF Report on Medicaid & HIV –HRSA Part A Monitoring Standards –PC Needs Assessment & PSRA Processes –Employment Opportunities for PLWHAs –NWPC Vocational Training & Employment Needs Survey –NYC Vocational Education Service Providers 7

8 Consumers Committee Presentations (cont’d): –CHAIN Study: Food & Nutrition Service Needs in NY EMA –External Factors Impacting RW Part A Services –What the Affordable Care Act Means for PLWHAs –Consumer Involvement & Quality Improvement –NYC Comp Strategic Plan Yr 3 Implementation –NYS Health Insurance Exchanges & Essential Health Benefits 8

9 Consumers Committee Input/Feedback – –Community Advisory Board (CAB) Best Practices Survey – –PC Memorandum of Understanding – –FY 12 Federal HIV/AIDS Budget Appropriations –RW Part A Client Satisfaction Survey –HRSA Part A Monitoring Standards –IOC/Housing Services Directive – Comprehensive Strategic Plan –HRSA/RW Reauthorization Stakeholder Input: Consumer Experiences of RW Services Training –Understanding Data 9

10 Policy Committee 10

11 Policy Committee Presentations HRSA Part A Monitoring Standards and their Implications Benefits of the ACA for PLWHA The Changing Health Care Landscape for PLWHA HIV and Medicaid Essential Health Benefits of the Affordable Care Act – Implications for PLWHA Future of Ryan White 11

12 Policy Committee Actions Actions –Conducted committee orientation –Defined role of committee within context of HRSA technical assistance and anti-lobbying guidance –Ensured that Planning Council members are informed of and responsive to emerging federal, state and local policy concerns 12

13 Policy Committee Actions Letter to Dr. Mary Wakefield (HRSA Administrator) Re: Ryan White Extension Letter to FDA Re: OTC HIV testing Letter to Christine Quinn Re: Mayor’s Budget Letter to Dr. Farley Re: Blood donor deferral criteria for MSM Letter to Dr. Nirav Shah (NYSDOH) Re: Proposed HIV testing regulations Letter to Kathleen Sebelius (HHS Secretary) Re: Essential Health Benefits of the ACA Letter to Dr. Margaret Hamburg (FDA) Re: Organ transplantation to and from HIV-infected individuals 13

14 Policy Committee Actions – –On behalf of the Planning Council submitted testimony for City Council Hearing on HASA Policy Changes Policy Briefs – –Syringe exchange – –Truvada as PrEP – –Broadening our purview to include other illnesses such as Hepatitis C and mental illness 14

15 Needs Assessment 15

16 Needs Assessment Presentations Presentation on Ryan White Part A Agency Client Satisfaction Survey Presentation on the third year of implementation of the Comprehensive PlanActions Vetted the Comprehensive Plan for HIV/AIDS Services in the NY EMA for (submitted to HRSA in May 2012) Looked back at the old (2002) Needs Assessment and forward to the new (2012) Needs Assessment 16

17 Integration of Care 17

18 Integration of Care Action ( Development of Housing Services Directive) – –Input from multiple speakers: Director of Housing in the Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Public Health Solutions Human Resources Administration CHAIN Project HIV Law Project Housing Works staff and consumers Project Hospitality staff 18

19 Integration of Care Action ( Development of Housing Services Directive) – –Discussed considerations and recommendations for revising current directive – –Created a new housing services directive covering three types of housing services: – –Short-term rental assistance – –Short-term housing services – –Housing placement assistance – –New directive voted out of committee in June 2012 – –New directive approved by Planning Council in June

20 Finance Committee 20

21 Finance Committee Action – –Reviewed quarterly commitment and expenditure reports – –Negotiated and approved an FY 2012 Planning Council support budget – –Created a checklist to document Assessment of the Administrative Mechanism 21

22 Priority Setting & Resource Allocation 22

23 PSRA Action – –Completed FY12 Scenario Plans for possible reductions in the grant award – –Completed final FY12 Spending Plan – –Completed FY12 Reprogramming Plan – –Revised PSRA service category ranking tool – –Used revised tool to create newly ranked service priorities for the FY13 grant application – –Approved a preliminary FY13 spending plan necessitating a waiver application from the 75% minimum core services requirement 23

24 Rules & Membership 24

25 Rules & Membership Actions – –Completed revisions to the Memorandum of Understanding – –Revised the PC bylaws to include a code of conduct for PC members and the public – –Screened 24 Planning Council applicants, interviewed 19, and approved a slate of 10 candidates for appointment for the PC term 25

26 Thanks Dorella Walters, Community Co-Chair Dorella Walters, Community Co-Chair Robert Cordero, Finance Officer Robert Cordero, Finance Officer Felicia Carroll, Consumer At Large Felicia Carroll, Consumer At Large Marya Gilborn, PSRA Co-Chair Marya Gilborn, PSRA Co-Chair Allan Vergara, PSRA Co-Chair Allan Vergara, PSRA Co-Chair Sharen Duke, Policy Chair Sharen Duke, Policy Chair Nancy Cataldi, IOC Co-Chair Nancy Cataldi, IOC Co-Chair Charles Shorter, IOC Co-Chair Charles Shorter, IOC Co-Chair Victor Benadava, Consumers Co-Chair Victor Benadava, Consumers Co-Chair Gregory Cruz, Consumers Co-Chair Gregory Cruz, Consumers Co-Chair John Anthony Eddie, RMC Co-Chair John Anthony Eddie, RMC Co-Chair Gerald DeYounge, RMC Co-Chair Gerald DeYounge, RMC Co-Chair Lee Hildebrand, DSW, NA Chair Lee Hildebrand, DSW, NA Chair 26

27 More Thanks Graham Harriman, DOHMH Graham Harriman, DOHMH JoAnn Hilger, DOHMH JoAnn Hilger, DOHMH Mary Irvine, DrPH, DOHMH Mary Irvine, DrPH, DOHMH John Rojas, DOHMH John Rojas, DOHMH Stephanie Chamberlin, DOHMH Stephanie Chamberlin, DOHMH Marybec Thoms-Griffin, DOHMH Marybec Thoms-Griffin, DOHMH Jessica Walstrom, DOHMH Jessica Walstrom, DOHMH Merline Jean-Casimir, DOHMH Merline Jean-Casimir, DOHMH Tom Petro, Westchester DOH Tom Petro, Westchester DOH Julie Lehane, PhD, Westchester DOH Julie Lehane, PhD, Westchester DOH Rachel Miller, PHS Rachel Miller, PHS Bettina Carroll, PHS Bettina Carroll, PHS Gucci Kaloo, PHS Gucci Kaloo, PHS 27

28 Special Thanks Nina Rothschild, DrPH, Planning Council staff Nina Rothschild, DrPH, Planning Council staff Darryl Wong, Planning Council staff Darryl Wong, Planning Council staff David Klotz, Planning Council staff David Klotz, Planning Council staff Rafael Molina, Planning Council staff Rafael Molina, Planning Council staff Judith Kirkland, Planning Council staff Judith Kirkland, Planning Council staff 28

29 HIV Health & Human Services Planning Council of New York Coming together is a beginning. Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. Working together is success. 29


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