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The ADAP Watch

November 12, 2010

Florida: 2,043 individuals
Georgia: 672 individuals
Iowa: 39 individuals
Louisiana: 404 individuals**
Montana: 10 individuals
North Carolina: 66 individuals
Ohio: 328 individuals
Rhode Island: 10 individuals
South Carolina: 239 individuals

Arizona: reduced formulary
Arkansas: reduced formulary, lowered financial eligibility to 200% FPL
Colorado: reduced formulary
Florida: reduced formulary
Georgia: reduced formulary, implemented medical criteria, continued participation in the Alternative Method Demonstration Project (AMDP)
Idaho: capped enrollment
Illinois: reduced formulary, instituted monthly expenditure cap

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See Also
2012 National ADAP Monitoring Project Annual Report: Module One (PDF)
After Five Years, ADAP Waiting Lists Have Been Eliminated; Unmet Need and Funding Uncertainties Require Continued Commitment
More on ADAP Restrictions and Waiting Lists

Reader Comments:

Comment by: mike (florida) Tue., Nov. 23, 2010 at 12:17 pm EST
ADAP is a very important program. We need to bring more funds to it! Or Get the health insurance companies quit denying pre-existing conditions and be affordable! Obama is making all this much worse!!
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Comment by: Lonny LeFever (Ohio) Thu., Nov. 18, 2010 at 2:44 pm EST
If this isn't a sign for people to stand up and fill the streets, then what?
4,000 , 5,000 or maybe lets just kick them all off and get the dying started.
I have fought this battle since the very beginning and the only changes I see are the lack of back bone in the LGBT community. Is our lives not worth anything or do those not infected or infected and not tested, think there is no way it will happen to us.
Those feeling were shared by many when they came for the Jews. Are we going to be the jews living in death camps and the rest of our family continues to live there lives as if we deserve it.
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