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Comprehensive Needs Assessment

What it is:

  • Conducted every three years
  • A partnership activity of the planning council,  grantee, and community.
  • The basis for other Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program planning activities.
  • Focuses on particular areas of need, with an emphasis on reaching those not in care, identifying disparities in care, and identifying ways to enhance the service delivery system.

What it contains:

  • An epidemiological profile
  • An assessment of service gaps and needs
  • A resource inventory of HIV-related services
  • A profile of provider capacity and capabilities
  • An estimate of persons who are aware but out-of-care

Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care Plan

What it is:

  • Collaborative document developed in conjunction with the State of Nevada, Clark County, the Planning Council, Ryan White service providers, and many stakeholders in the community.
  • Guidance is sent from HRSA as to what must be included, and a vast amount of data is utilized to construct this plan.

Answers Four Questions:

  • Where are we now?
  • Where do we want to go?
  • How are we going to get there?
  • Who will monitor our progress?

Data Utilized From:

  • 2009 Comprehensive Needs Assessment targeting special populations
  • 2010 Comprehensive Needs Assessment
  • 2011 Needs Assessment/Consumer Satisfaction project targeting minority populations
  • 2010-2011 quality management reports and epidemiological profiles.
  • Input was also gathered from the 2012 Nevada Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need (SCSN) meetings held in the TGA with stakeholders from Southern Nevada.

Cross Part Collaborative Quality Plan

The Cross Part Collaborative Quality Plan was created by the Ryan White Part A, B, C, D, F and  HIV prevention programs to:

  • Link quality activities to the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need (SCSN), Comprehensive Care Plan and Las Vegas TGA Comprehensive Care Plan using the team to accomplish and implement their respective goals and objectives.
  • Actively reduce barriers to care and health disparities through quality improvement activities and tailored interventions.
  • Bring together stakeholders to discuss our common vision for quality care and enable participation across all parts and programs.

This project is funded as a result of grant awards from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration

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