Healthcare Needs of Vulnerable Populations in the United States
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**Identfy a vulnerable population "people living with HIV/AIDS within a community and:
1.Utilizing data obtained from the county (Fulton County can be used) or state health department (state of Georgia can be used), or other government agency, provide some statistical information about the population "people living with HIV/AIDS" (e.g. size, dollar figures, geographics, age breakdown, length of service provision, etc.)
2. Identify and describe a service or outcome goal for the population "people living with HIV/AIDS" (i.e. what health care service could be provided or access/usage pattern established by your selected population?). Make sure it is measurable:
-Measureable example: 30% of the X population living within the city limits will obtain Y screening.
-Not Measureable example: More people will receive health screenings.
3.Design a model program to reach the goal you have established that includes identifying a minimum of two community agencies/organizations that will partner together in some way(s) in order to obtain the goal.
4.Provide a generalized cost estimate of healthcare dollars saved by your program.
5.Based on your research, identify a minimum of two potential funding sources that may potentially provide monetary sponsorship. Explain why these two entities would be likely funding sources.
Title; Healthcare Needs of Vulnerable Populations in the United States
Length; 10 pages