The HIV Care (Ryan White Part B) Program funds essential medical and supportive services for persons with HIV disease or AIDS, and manages the Georgia AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) and Health Insurance Continuation Program (HICP). The HIV Care Program provides funding for essential medical and supportive services to 16 health districts and several agencies in Georgia, educates the public and health care professionals about HIV and AIDS, and monitors the quality of medical care and case management services.
Most services are delivered through third parties, including local health departments, community or hospital-based health care facilities, community based organizations and other non-governmental organizations in every part of the state. In addition, the Office of HIV/AIDS conducts program evaluation, health services research, and analysis and surveillance of the epidemic within the state of Georgia.
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