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WASHINGTON, DC:  The American Academy of HIV Medicine and the Institute for Technology in Health Care have awarded the 2022 Cesar Augusto Caceres Award for Technology in HIV Practice to Dr. Hillary Liss and Dr. Jennifer Jones-Vanderleest of Seattle, Washington. Drs. Liss and Jones-Vanderleest are...

The American Academy of HIV Medicine applauds the Biden Administration for prioritizing health care funding in the recently released budget proposal. With a $127.3 billion investment in discretionary programs and $1.7 trillion in mandatory programs for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the...

Upcoming Legislative Briefing Also Highlights the Needs of Workforce Expansion Washington, DC:  The American Academy of HIV Medicine recognizes the need for greater racial diversity in our healthcare system, including within the HIV workforce.  Studies show that racial and ethnic concordance between patients and providers is...

Washington, DC:  The American Academy of HIV Medicine today extended its support to the newly introduced bipartisan Bolstering Infectious Outbreaks (BIO) Preparedness Workforce Act (H.R. 5602). Sponsored by Reps. Lori Trahan (D-MA) and David McKinley (R-WV), the Act will help to build the next generation of infectious disease experts...

Washington, DC:  The American Academy of HIV Medicine today called for an increased push for HIV testing in response to new numbers released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  While two new reports by the CDC show a decrease in HIV infections...