HIV Case Management
HIV Case Management is a client-focused strategy that provides cost-effective, medically necessary services to enhance beneficiary health status and level of functioning.
The goals of HIV case management are to:
- Improve an eligible beneficiary’s access to a wide range of appropriate services
- Promote continuity of care by coordinating service delivery arrangements
- Enhance a beneficiary’s health status and level of functioning
- Promote efficiency by reducing or containing the overall cost of services
HIV case management is not intended to be an ongoing service. It is a short-term, goal-oriented service tailored to meeting the specific immediate needs of the beneficiary. It is designed to empower clients through education, referrals and facilitating access to care, assisting clients to gain the tools needed to be their own advocates and navigate the health care and social services systems to improve health outcomes.
HIV case management core components include:
- Care planning
- Resource development
- Service coordination
- Receiving Medicaid
- Diagnosed with HIV or seropositivity
- Not a resident of a non-covered institution
HIV Case Management Stakeholder
Within the first 90 days of hire, the new Case Manager (CM) or supervisor requests the HIV CM Basic Training via email, by completing the HIV Case Management Basic Training Request Form. Send the completed form to HIV_CaseMgt@dhhs.nc.gov with subject line: HIV Basic Training Request.
Note: Per policy, new hires must complete this process within 90 days of hire and cannot bill Medicaid for services provided prior to successful completion of assessment.
Visit the Medicaid Forms web page for a complete list of required HIV Case Management Forms.
- NCTracks Provider Claims and Billing Assistance Guide
- NC Medicaid's EPSDT provider page
- Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce
- Carolina Care Partnership
- North Carolina AIDS Education Training Center
- North Carolina Area Health Education Centers
For changes and updates to coverage criteria, billing information, and other program requirements refer to the NC Medicaid general and special bulletins.
NC Medicaid Clinical Policy and Programs