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Though the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) is quite protective of people living with HIV, there may be features of state law that make filing a claim under one of those laws the best option (for example, some state laws apply to smaller employers than the ADA covers).
People living with HIV forced to explain how they got it for insurance Insurance companies are still probing people living with HIV to explain how they contracted it on application forms. Many are being put off taking out insurance because they find it distressing answering such an invasive and ‘unnecessary’ question.
The reduction of HIV-related disparities and health inequities, including the reduction of stigma and discrimination against persons living with HIV, is one of the central goals of President Obama’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy. The EEOC has a critical role in eradicating employment discrimination against those living with HIV/AIDS through our enforcement and litigation efforts, and our work to educate employers, job applicants, and workers on their rights and responsibilities.
Some people living with HIV go to an HIV clinic; others see an HIV specialist at a community health center, Veterans Affairs clinic, or other health clinic; and some people see their provider in a private practice. Current guidelines recommend that most people living with HIV see their provider for lab tests every 3 to 4 months. Some people may see their provider more frequently, especially during the first two years of treatment or if their HIV viral load is not suppressed (i.e. very low or.
Individuals that currently have health insurance will be affected the least by the new health care laws. Low and moderate income individuals will receive assistance from the government in order to purchase insurance. individuals that fail to purchase insurance will be subject to fines and penalties.
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Estimated Number of People Living with HIV/AIDS, WHO Regions, 2004 25.3 3.2 2 1.7 0.7 6.2 million 0 5 10 15 20 25 30. Forced to take HIV testing Ever discriminated by health worker Health worker refused to treat. Got HIV-testing done % of adults Source: National Behavior Surveillance.
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