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HIV Resources for Health Centers

The resources on this page can be used to support health centers and other safety net providers working to integrate HIV services into their primary care services. HRSA's Ending the HIV Epidemic web page contains additional resources.

Health Center Program Resources

Partnerships for Care Toolkit

Partnerships for Care (P4C) was a 3-year project (2014-2017) in which health centers partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-funded state health departments in Massachusetts, New York, Maryland, and Florida to boost their delivery of HIV services.

The toolkit below captures the resources, tools, and lessons learned from P4C health centers during the project. All health centers who are interested in applying these promising practices may find it useful. This three-module toolkit includes case studies and vignettes from P4C grantees.

Integrating HIV Care, Treatment & Prevention Services into Primary Care – A Toolkit for Health Centers (PDF - 11 MB)


Policies and Procedures

Writing Effective Policies and Procedures for HIV Service Delivery in Primary Care Settings 
Presentation (PDF - 708 KB) | Audio | Transcript (PDF - 228 KB)

Enhancing Billing for HIV Services

Billing and Coding Community of Practice (CoP)

Cultural Competency/Special Populations


EHR Community of Practice (CoP)

  • CoP #2 – Identifying Data and Reports Needed for Quality Improvement
    Presentation (PDF - 1 MB) | Audio | Transcript (PDF - 159 KB)
  • CoP #4 – Leveraging Information Systems and Technology to Strengthen Care Coordination and Patient Engagement
    Presentation (PDF - 833 KB) | Audio | Transcript (PDF - 145 KB)

Team-Based Care

Motivational Interviewing: A Recipe for Patient Engagement
Presentation (PDF - 2 MB) | Audio | Transcript (PDF - 151 KB)

Multidisciplinary Team-Based Care Community of Practice (CoP)


Southeast Practice Transformation Expansion Project

The Southeast Practice Transformation Expansion Project (SEPTEP) was funded by the Health Center Program in collaboration with HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETC) Program. SEPTEP's goal was to advance HIV testing, linkage to care, and prevention at HRSA-funded health centers in the Southeast United States, which has the nation's highest rates of HIV diagnoses. Learn more about SEPTEP (PDF - 207 KB).

Access SEPTEP resources on South East AETC's website.


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