Partnerships for Care (P4C)
December 7, 2015
HRSA Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC), CDC
Presentations regarding the CDC/HRSA collaborative initiative Partnerships for Care at the 2015 National HIV Prevention Conference.
Overview of P4C
- Partnerships for Care (P4C): Overview by the Federal Team: A Federal multi-agency partnership led by the CDC and HRSA. Below are grant recipient presentations from four state health departments participating in P4C.
State Health Department P4C Grant Recipients
- Building Sustainable Partnerships with Health Centers to Improve HIV Prevention and Care Capacity: A New York State Quality of Care Model: Rachel Hart-Malloy, PhD, MPH; Stephen Crowe, MSW; Megan Johnson, MPH; Kathleen Bogucki, MPH; Dan Belanger, LMSW; James Tesoriero, PhD
- Maryland’s Partnerships for Care (P4C) Project: Increasing Engagement in HIV Care through Health Department/Community Health Center Collaboration: Pam Kurowski, LCSW Special Projects Director, Infectious Disease Prevention and Care Services Bureau
- Strengthening Public Health and Primary Care Partnerships: Florida’s Partnerships for Care (P4C) Project: Mara Michniewicz, MPH Prevention Program Manager Florida Department of Health
- Enhanced Public Health and Health Center Collaboration in Massachusetts:
- Lisa Randall, PhD Director, Office of Health Care Planning Bureau of Infectious Diseases Massachusetts Department of Public Health
- Joan Pernice, RNC, MS, Clinical Health Affairs Director, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers
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