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Hepatitis Tags: Viral Hepatitis Action Plan

National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan
Comment on the draft Viral Hepatitis National Strategic Plan; details in the Federal Register.
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New hepatitis C virus (HCV) resources are now available from the HHS Hepatitis C Medicaid Affinity Group, including presentations, case studies, and more.
Viral Hepatitis
This May, HHS celebrates the growing number of programs and best practices from hepatitis elimination efforts across the United States.
Opioid Epidemic
Join the National Academies of Sciences for a webinar releasing a new report on the integration of opioid use disorder and infectious disease services.
Help 4 Hep is working towards hepatitis elimination by providing support to helpline callers navigating screening, care, and treatment for hepatitis C.
NHAS Listening Session
The 18th listening session about the next national HIV and viral hepatitis strategies was held at the National HIV Prevention Conference in Atlanta in March.
NHAS Listening Session
Listening session to be held on March 21 at national conference to gather input on next iterations of national HIV and viral hepatitis strategies
National HIV/AIDS Strategy and National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan
Many thoughtful recommendations came from a broad array of stakeholders during the recent HHS listening session held in Washington, D.C.. Request for Information accepting written comments through March 11, 2019.
SAMHSA chief urges grantees and partners to address infectious diseases as integral part of the response to the substance use disorders epidemic.
NRV and NHAS callouts
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy (OHAIDP) is offering multiple ways for the public to take an active role in helping to develop the next iteration of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) and the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan (NVHAP). Both national strategies currently expire in 2020.


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