The Low Income Health Program (LIHP) was established by the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to help California prepare for health care reform. It is an optional, county Medi-Cal-like program that expands primary medical coverage to certain uninsured, low-income adults. Some HIV-positive individuals who receive Ryan White (RW) and/or AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) services are eligible for this program. The Office of AIDS (OA) together with DHCS, federal partners, and stakeholders is assisting counties with transitioning eligible RW clients to LIHP.
OA activities include:
The following documents were generated from issues raised in meetings and stakeholder calls.
For more ADAP management memos click here.
Number Subject - 2013
Number Subject - 2012
For an overview of LIHP meetings conducted by OA and DHCS please click here.
HIV/AIDS Bureau, Division of Service Systems, FAQs (PDF)- Answers to frequently asked questions from HRSA on the National Monitoring Standards for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part A and B Grantees. (posted August 29, 2011)
HIV/AIDS Bureau, Division of Service Systems, Universal Monitoring Standards (PDF)- More detailed information from HRSA on Program and Fiscal Monitoring Standards for Ryan White Part A and B Grantees. (posted August 29, 2011)
2010 ADAP Expenditures and Rebates Across Income Levels, by County (PDF)- Prepared for LIHP use. (posted August 4, 2011)
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