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Plans serving the HIV population can use pharmacy claims data to monitor medication adherence. MPR and PDC are the most common measures of medication adherence based on patient refill records. qoo.ly/rdbsz #adherence #healthcare #populationhealth #medication
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Viruses and Humankind: Intracellular Symbiosis and Evolutionary Competition by Joshua Lederberg
HIV Special Needs Plans (HIV SNPs) are a vehicle for providing health care to HIV infected Medicaid patients in New York City. For more information contact New York Medicaid Choice at 1-800-505-5678 or the following HIV SNPs:
MetroPlus Partnership in Care Plan 1-800-303-9626
VNSNY CHOICE SelectHealth 1-866-469-7774
Amida Care 1-800-556-0689
HIV Special Needs Plans have been operational since 2003. See this post for A History of New York HIV Special Needs Plans. This page contains the current enrollment and the history of enrollment for the 3 active Plans. The entire HIV Special Needs Plan Model Contract is available for download here. The statistics above have been extracted from the NYSDOH Monthly Medicaid Managed Care Enrollment Report. Download the report Stats Report.
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