Corey Johnson says that to ensure all low-income HIV-positive New Yorkers are in a position to manage their care, the bottom line is "housing is health care."
Project Inform asks for your help to educate members of Congress and save the Affordable Care Act.
If Price's Empowering Patients First Act is any indication, all the sickest and most vulnerable people who were aided by Obamacare are about to be unceremoniously kicked to the curb, says Drew Gibson.
"If and when the need for specialized housing arises, the potential for stigma becomes perhaps more important than ever," Enid Vázquez writes. "To be more vulnerable when you need greater support is a frightening thought."
The incoming Trump administration and Congress have campaigned on promises to repeal the Affordable Care Act. What comes next?
GMHC has partnered with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) program to take over a contract held for 25 units of scatter site housing in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx be...
Lately critics, researchers and policy-influencers are tipping the discourse toward the next big debate: Does coverage make health care affordable enough?
"Generic treatments for HIV, viral hepatitis, and cancer can be affordably -- and profitably -- mass-produced for broad, unobstructed availability," writes Tracy Swan in this interview with Andrew Hill.
"A number of barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) uptake, use, and adherence have been identified -- cost shouldn't be one of them," write James Krellenstein and Jeremiah Johnson.
Activists Convince Washington Post That Pfizer Lowers Prices: Global Action Highlights Fairer Alternatives -- 'This Story Has Been Removed!'
How did the media get fooled by a fake press release? "The believability that prices could be lower and companies could still make profits accounts for the original rapid reporting," notes Simon Collins of HIV i-Base.