Planners: Getting Ready for Priority Setting and Resource Allocation

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From Planning CHATT E-News, April 29, 2021

As summer approaches, PC/PBs are reviewing data from multiple sources as they prepare for priority setting and resource allocation (PSRA). Based on the data, the PC/PB decides what services are most needed by people with HIV living in the EMA/TGA, and how much RWHAP Part A money should be used for each of these service categories. Use these Planning CHATT resources to support your PC/PB members and committees as they carry out these essential planning tasks. 

April Resources

Training Guide Module 10: Data-Based Decision Making. This module is designed to ensure that all PC/PB members are familiar with the many types of data they will use to decide how RWHAP Part A funds should be allocated and to improve the service system for people with HIV.

Training Guide Module 5: Priority Setting and Resource Allocation. This module helps prepare PC/PB members for active and informed participation in PSRA. It covers the purposes, importance, and components of PSRA, as well as different models for implementing it.

Quick Reference Handout 7.2: Assessment of the Administrative Mechanism. Your PC/PB may also be in the process of assessing the efficiency of the administrative mechanism (AAM). Check out this handy overview. AAM is a review by the PC/PB of how well the Part A recipient carries out the processes needed to contract with and pay providers for delivering HIV-related services, so that the needs of people with HIV throughout the Part A service area are met. This resource covers the basics. 

New from Planning CHATT

Providing Connectivity Devices to PC/PB or Committee Members: Sound Practices and Suggestions. This new resource offers sound practices for providing devices and/or data plans to PC/PB members who need them to participate in remote meetings. It includes  a sample Internet Connectivity Assistance Policy that borrows from several actual Planning Council policies.

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