Effective February 16, 2013:
Enrollment to PCIP has been suspended. Those already enrolled will continue to stay enrolled. We are working on our strategy to accommodate this change and are committed to take any steps needed to ensure that ADAP clients do not have a break in medication. There is no plan to have a wait list, to cap enrollment or to reduce the formulary. We will keep open communication with clients, providers, local health department staff and other ADAP stakeholders.
ADAP provides medications for low-income, uninsured individuals with HIV/AIDS. ADAP enrollment is currently open to all financially eligible clients regardless of CD4 count.
Virginia ADAP continues to serve more than 3100 clients who remain in the program. ADAP is one of several HIV/AIDS medication resources of its kind. Other like sources includes Medicaid, patient assistance programs and private insurance companies.
For more information about changes to ADAP, please visit our Update Page.
In 1996, an ADAP Advisory Committee was created. The committee is comprised of HIV/AIDS medical providers, a pharmacist, and consumers. The committee advises VDH on changes to the formulary, changes in eligibility criteria, adherence issues, and educational concerns. The committee reviews data on ADAP utilization and assess budgetary implications of trends and program changes.
Questions or comments?
Medication Eligibility Hotline 1-855-362-0658