Florida Halts Change to AIDS Program
BY Advocate.com Editors
January 07 2011 8:25 PM ET
Florida put on hold a potential change to the salary eligibility for its AIDS Drug Assistance Program, which if enacted would have bumped hundreds of people from the program.
Florida, which already has over 2,000 people on ADAP waiting lists, has cancelled a public hearing regarding changing its ADAP formulary. Under the proposed change, the state would have lowered eligibility for the drug assistance to patients earning no more than 300% of the federal poverty level (approximately $32,000 a year) from the current 400% (approximately
$43,000 a year).
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