How healthcare organizations (HCOs)
support the National HIV/AIDS Strategy
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) and high-impact HIV prevention (HIP) approaches have called for a shift in the operation of HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs.
These approaches can better reach
at-risk populations and geographic areas by emphasizing scalable, cost-effective, and evidence-based services,
and by equipping front line staff with tools and resources to provide these services. By utilizing CDC-supported
evidence-based interventions targeted to high-risk populations and geographic areas, HCOs can play a critical role
in helping to achieve the goals of NHAS and provide improved care for populations most affected by and at-risk for
The Capacity Building Assistance Provider Network (CPN) delivers FREE training and technical assistance to HCOs
Capacity building assistance (CBA) providers for HCOs are available to help combat the challenges and
complexities professionals face in the rapidly changing healthcare environment. CBA providers incorporate
evidence-based interventions and up-to-date research to provide CBA to HCOs serving populations who are
living with, or at greatest risk for, HIV infection. FREE services include the delivery of relevant information,
training, technical assistance, and consultation to enhance HCO planning, implementation, and sustainability
of evidence-based, culturally appropriate HIV prevention activities.
Capacity building assistance is not one-size-fits-all. Each CBA provider
will tailor services to meet your unique needs. Contact any one of our
organizations and we can guide you through the process.
Cicatelli Associates, Inc. (CAI) - more than 35 years providing expert training
and technical assistance services to more than 100,000 professionals in HCOs.
CAI is an accredited provider of continuing medical education (CME) and
continuing nursing education (CNE) with expertise in helping HCOs implement
high-impact HIV prevention strategies.
Denver Prevention Training Center (PTC) – recognized experts in HIV/STD
prevention and care, the Denver PTC has provided innovative training,
consultation, and information to healthcare professionals and organizations for
more than 35 years. From PrEP and nPEP to HIV testing, linkage and
reengagement in care, the Denver PTC helps clinicians improve patient
services along each step of the HIV care continuum. CME and CNE accredited.
Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) – more than 20 years
expanding and transforming primary care in underserved communities to
improve health outcomes, lower healthcare costs, and reduce health disparities.
PCDC's high-impact HIV prevention in healthcare CBA program aims to increase
HCOs' abilities to develop, implement, and sustain high-quality HIV prevention
services as part of standard patient-centered care.