Virginia adap data report january 2013
Download
1 / 17

Virginia ADAP Data Report January 2013 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 118 Views
  • Uploaded on

Virginia ADAP Data Report January 2013. Anne Giuranna Rhodes, Services Analyst HIV Care Services, Division of Disease Prevention Virginia Department of Health. VA ADAP 2010-2012. ADAP Waitlist History.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Virginia ADAP Data Report January 2013' - eugenia-garrett


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Virginia adap data report january 2013

Virginia ADAP Data Report January 2013

Anne Giuranna Rhodes, Services Analyst

HIV Care Services, Division of Disease Prevention

Virginia Department of Health



Adap waitlist history
ADAP Waitlist History

  • Virginia ADAP expanded ADAP enrollment criteria and reduced the wait list throughout 2011 and 2012

    • November 2011: CD4 count at or below 200

    • December 2011: CD4 count at or below 350

    • April 2012: CD4 count at or below 500

    • July 2012: removal of clinical criteria

    • August 2012: began immediate processing of new applications (no longer placed any new persons on waitlist)

  • Eliminated the wait list as of August 30, 2012.


Cd4 count distribution of va waitlist
CD4 Count Distribution of VA Waitlist

Data Source: AIDS Drug Assistance Program Waitlist Data

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, December 2012



Direct adap summary 2012
Direct ADAP Summary: 2012

  • Active Clients December 31, 2012: 3,613 (2,276)

  • Clients Served Jan-Dec 2012: 4,001 (3,008)

  • Avg. Persons Served Per Month 2012: 2,118 (1,816)

  • Avg. Total Cost per Month 2012: $1.86M ($1.65M)

  • Avg. Cost Per Person Per Month 2012: $881 ($913)

  • Avg. New Clients Per Month 2012: 101 (14)

*Numbers in parentheses are from 1 year ago (January to December 2011)


Direct adap persons per month january 2010 to december 2012
Direct ADAP: Persons per MonthJanuary 2010 to December 2012

Began waitlist

Data Source: AIDS Drug Assistance Program Data

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013


Direct adap demographics 2012
Direct ADAP Demographics: 2012

Data Source: AIDS Drug Assistance Program Data

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013


Direct adap demographics 20121
Direct ADAP Demographics: 2012

Data Source: AIDS Drug Assistance Program Data

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013


Direct adap demographics 20122
Direct ADAP Demographics: 2012

Total Clients =4,001

Lab results are from 2010 and later, from Ryan White and the Electronic HIV/AIDS

Reporting System (eHARS), Division of Disease Prevention, Virginia Department of Health


Medicare part d demographics 2012
Medicare Part D Demographics: 2012

Total Clients = 387

Data Source: Medicare Part D Assistance Program Data (MPAP)

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013



Rebates
Rebates

Rebates allow Virginia to recoup the cost differential between the price paid for the medication at point-of-sale and the 340B price, when ADAP pays for any part of the drug cost.


Medicare part d rebate revenue 2011 2012
Medicare Part D: Rebate Revenue2011-2012

Data Source: AIDS Drug Assistance Program, Financial Tracking Data

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013


Va adap value of dispensed drugs direct adap only
VA-ADAP Value of Dispensed Drugs: Direct ADAP Only

  • Value of dispensed drug is the sum of all filled prescriptions for direct ADAP

  • Does not include any returned medication, increases in drug inventory levels, or revenue generated from ADAP (Medicaid backbilling, Rebates)

Data Source: AIDS Drug Assistance Program Data

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013



Adap costs by program projections april 2013 to march 2014
ADAP Costs by Program: Projections April 2013 to March 2014

Exchanges

$41.6M

$13.2M

$27.2M

$1.2M

Assumptions: Enrollment of Eligible Clients in Health Care Exchanges in January 2014

Rebate Total Estimates for Year = $6.8M

Net Expenditures Estimate = $34.7 M

Division of Disease Prevention, Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health, January 2013


ad