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HIV and HCV health care

HIV and HCV medication coverage

Guide to HIV medication coverage in 2018 Marketplace plans

To help people with HIV choose health insurance marketplace plans, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) and Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School have collected information on single-tablet HIV medication coverage for each plan.

Click here to review the guide.


Illinois Medicaid coverage of HIV and HCV medications (updated July 1, 2018)

Every year, AFC conducts a review of the Medicaid Health Plans available to people living with HIV on each of the operating Illinois Medicaid health plans. While this information is updated regularly by plans and the state, it provides a snapshot at the different general levels of coverage, and the particular drugs being offered, in each plan, to allow for health insurance decisions to be made with all relevant and necessary information.

Click here to review the guide.


2017 IL Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Coverage Guide

See how PrEP was covered in IL health insurance marketplace plans in 2017.

Click here to review the guide.

Click here to learn about PrEP providers in Illinois.


2016 IL Medicaid MCO formulary review for people living with HIV

To support Medicaid-eligible people in Illinois living with HIV make informed decisions about their health care, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) has released an overview of HIV medication coverage in selected Medicaid Managed Care plans.

Click here to review the guide.


HCV medication coverage



Need help? Get a case manager.

A case manager can help you get affordable access to HIV and hepatitis C (HCV) medications through the Medication Assistance Program (MAP) (formerly the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)) or Ryan White CARE Act services.

Don't have a case manager? Contact us at 312-922-2322 and say that you need a case manager. One of AFC's program staff will refer you to an agency in your area that will provide you with a case manager who can help you get the services you need. You may also complete a case manager application online that will be routed directly to AFC.

We can also help you apply for health insurance through Medicaid or the health insurance marketplace. Click here to learn more.