Access = Health: A Conversation on Funding Access to & Retention in Care with AIDS United
July 10, 2013 1:00 pm Eastern Time
Cosponsored with Funders Concerned About AIDS
Wednesday, July 10 at 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET
Through a landmark public-private partnership supported by the Federal Social Innovation Fund, and leveraged with private philanthropic dollars, AIDS United's Access to Care (A2C) Initiative has amassed three years of grantee innovation and data to share on increasing access to and retention in primary medical care for vulnerable, hard-to-reach communities.
This conversational case study disscused ways to:
Discover how new grantee collaborations reach beyond HIV/AIDS to improve the total wellness of communities and individuals most impacted by the epidemic;
Hear what's worked regarding key data collected during the A2C evaluation process; and
Brainstorm opportunities among colleagues on philanthropy's role in addressing the urgent needs around access to and retention in care for PLWHA and other vulnerable communities.