Insurance reimbursement from patients, including those newly covered through recent changes in the health care system, offer health department’s sexually transmitted disease (STD) and HIV programs a source of revenue to help complement existing funding to s
Sexually transmitted disease (STD) programs do an enormous amount of work to protect the public’s health with continually declining resources. There are many opportunities associated with the evolution of health care in the United States.
The National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) and the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) are pleased to launch “Addressing Stigma: A Blueprint for HIV/STD Prevention and Care Outcomes for Black and Latino Gay Men
NCSD developed this resource with federal policymakers in mind, encouraging them to increase STD prevention funding in fiscal year 2015. This fact sheet focuses on the need for increased funding to ensure that those on STD prevention front lines have funding to prepare for the immerging threat of drug-resistant gonorrhea.