Report on Findings from an Assessment of Health Department Efforts to Implement HIV Testing in Health Care Settings
Published Date: 11/2010
Report on Findings from an Assessment of Health Department Efforts to Implement HIV Testing in Health Care Settings PDF
This is a report of a NASTAD survey of the 65 states, territories and cities funded by CDC for HIV prevention efforts in order to update national data on implementation and support for HIV testing in healthcare settings. The survey also examined the extent to which CDC's Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents and Pregnant Women in Health Care Settings (2006, CDC Recommendations) have influenced or will influence health department efforts to implement HIV testing in healthcare settings. The report highlights the legal environment for HIV testing, implementing HIV testing in health care settings, reimbursement, barriers to HIV testing and evaluation.
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