State of Care for Veterans with Chronic Hepatitis C
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is the largest single provider of hepatitis C care in the United States. This report, the State of Care for Veterans with Chronic Hepatitis C describes the state of care for these Veterans through 2008. The report includes information on demographics, treatment and other conditions commonly seen with hepatitis C. The report also describes indicators of health care quality including screening, monitoring, vaccinations and outcomes assessment.
State of Care for Veterans with HIV/AIDS
This report, the State of Care for Veterans with HIV/AIDS, characterizes the state of care for Veterans with HIV disease who received care in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) through 2008. The report describes distribution of Veterans with HIV/AIDS within the VHA and provides basic demographic data on this population. Additionally, the report describes pharmacologic treatment, other conditions commonly seen with HIV, monitoring, screening and vaccinations.
HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care by State
To assist organizations with reporting to the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA) HIV/AIDS Bureau, the HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care by State report provides selected metrics for HIV infected Veterans who received VHA care by the state associated with the VHA facility providing the care.
- Calendar Year 2011 - HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care by State
- Calendar Year 2010 - HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care by State
- Calendar Year 2009 - HIV Infected Veterans in VHA Care by State
The reports include metrics on Veterans in VHA care including those who were (1) prescribed HIV antiviral medications during the calendar year and/or (2) ever had a clinical AIDS diagnosis based on an AIDS defining opportunistic infection diagnosis prior to or during the calendar year. Although eligible Veterans can receive care at multiple VHA facilities, Veterans are counted once in each state where they received care and once in the national summary.
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