These resources are designed to supplement the work of Maryland’s infectious disease and primary care workforce.
Maryland Engagement in HIV Care
This live infographic uses Maryland surveillance data for current residents to describe the number and percentage of persons living with diagnosed HIV who belong to select stages of the HIV continuum.
Brittany Yerkes, a Physician Assistant at the Chesapeake Health Care and a member of the Alive! Maryland Inter-professional Advisory Board, aims to improve the quality of life for all of her patients. She does so by first believing that they cannot be defined by an illness or condition. Read the Q&A below to see how this phenomenal provider brings the state of Maryland Alive!
Testing and Services Locator from HIV.gov
Montgomery County EHE PrEP Ads
Ready-made ad artwork for Montgomery County promoting HIV prevention through PrEP.
Provider Perspective: Camesha Thompson
For healthcare providers, the passion for enacting meaningful change can come from a number of factors, but for many, this drive originates directly from their own environment.
Medicare Plans Patient Resource Center
This organization provides resources, advisors, and education aimed at informing seniors, lower income families, and people with disabilities about how Medicaid works with Medicare. Their guides cover dual eligibility standards, how to apply, and most importantly, the associated costs.
Funding Opportunity: Geriatrics Academic Career Award Program
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration, has announced the availability of $2.1 million to support the career development of individual junior […]
MADAP Operations Update: 8/8/2022
Update on the network outage that impacted the MDH information technology systems, including the MADAP client database and network.
Provider Perspective: Charles McCleary
Healthcare providers who care deeply for their clients have the ability to create a welcoming and affirming environment. For people with substance use disorders, these providers serve as inspiration, support, and determination.