What’s New

February 14, 2017


Role of Patient Navigators in Building a Medical Home for Multiply Diagnosed HIV-Positive Homeless Populations

Patient navigators may be a key component in creating an effective medical home for people living with HIV who are homeless and have substance use or mental health disorders.

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January 31, 2017


HIV treatment adherence, measuring severity of client needs, addressing inequities among children

Project implementation leads to better health for vulnerable populations--three examples

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January 26, 2017


Symposium: Reducing Health Inequities – Advancing Meaningful Change

Sandro Galea, Dean of BUSPH and Sara Bachman, Director of CAHPP, will host this day-long symposium.

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Our Impact

Public health practitioners across behavioral, social, and medical disciplines can help promote and facilitate access to oral health care for individuals with current or past methamphetamine use and HIV disease.


Our applied research is the first to identify best practices in state strategies to finance care for children with special health care needs.


Offering resources on innovative ways to recruit and retain people living with HIV/AIDS in oral health care.

Technical Assistance

627 state policy makers, family leaders, and others "attended" Catalyst Center Medicaid webinars. Our Medicaid tutorial was downloaded 444 times.