Designed to support the development of a tailored capacity building service delivery plan, the HIP Assessment is a brief 10 question tool available online at www.hivcbacenter.org. The assessment helps healthcare organizations access free training and technical assistance services to support the implementation High-Impact HIV Prevention (HIP) which focuses on enhancing providers ability to work with key populations in areas like: early HIV detection, linkage to care, implementing best practices for retention in care, achievement of viral suppression, use of program data and third party reimbursement. These capacity building assistance (CBA) services are available to healthcare organizations and staff in clinical settings nationwide as part of a CDC-funded effort to decrease rates of new HIV infection in the U.S. by 25% through increased early detection, linkage to and retention in care, and treatment for those living with HIV. To complete the brief 10 question HIP Assessment online and to learn more about how healthcare organizations can request free capacity building services, visit www.hivcbacenter.org.
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