The South Central AETC provides resources to assist the health care provider in gaining knowledge in the field of HIV/AIDS care. Please review the Materials below, cheap and use the Materials Order Form at the bottom of this page to place an order. (quantity restrictions may apply).
2016-2017 HIV Handbook
The 2016-2017 HIV Services Handbook has been designed to help HIV patients find services and organizations in Dallas County and surrounding areas.
This 18th edition of the handbook has a more useful design for patients. The 2016-2017 Handbook lists services alphabetically, followed by names of agencies providing those services and the page number where you can find information about that agency.
Agencies that provide services in other areas of Texas and surrounding counties have been included if the agencies gave information for publication.
Start Talking. Stop HIV.
2015 HIV Handbook
The 2015 HIV Services Handbook has been designed to help you find services
and organizations in Dallas County and surrounding areas. It’s not a directory
of every service available, and inclusion in this directory does not constitute an
endorsement by the Dallas County, Texas Department of State Health Services, or
Parkland Health & Hospital System.
The scope of this 17th edition of the Handbook has been redesigned to be more
useful to you, the client. Handbooks in the past have primarily listed agencies
first, with a list of their services beneath each agency’s name. The 2015 Handbook
has been designed with services listed alphabetically, with the names of agencies
providing the service and the page number where information about that agency
can be found.
2014 HIV Handbook
The 2014 HIV services handbook is designed as a guide to help find
information about organizations and services for people living with
HIV and AIDS in Dallas County and surrounding areas. It is not a
directory of every service available and inclusion in this directory
does not constitute an endorsement by the Dallas Area Ryan
White Planning Council or Parkland Health & Hospital System, HIV
The scope of this 16th edition of the handbook is primarily agencies
providing services to residents of the Dallas eligible metropolitan
area and health service delivery area. Agencies providing services in
other areas of Texas and surrounding counties have been included
as a courtesy for all users of this informational handbook if they
furnished information for publication
Texas HIV/STD Community Resource Directory
This directory contains information on HIV, AIDS and STD Service
Providers in across the state of Texas. The information has been grouped by geographic locations.
Clinician’s Reference Guide to Curanderismo
This guide was created to provide a basic introduction to “curanderismo” and to enhance the provider’s ability to confidently initiate conversations with patients who practice this form of traditional healing/complementary and alternative medicine (TCAM). This reference guide will 1) demystify common myths about curanderismo by clarifying what it is/is not, 2) review benefits of knowing about curanderismo to improve communication between patient and provider; and 3) highlight some useful terminology for use with patients who practice forms of curanderismo.
Texas Billing and Coding Guide
This guide is designed to be a resource for programs providing HIV, STD and related services and to assist in the transition from ICD?9 to ICD?10 coding. It includes basic information about HIV and STD screening and testing, an overview of coding guidelines, and common ICD?9, ICD?10, and CPT codes. Several coding scenarios are included along with accompanying resources and references. While this is not an exhaustive list of codes for HIV, STD and related services and diagnoses, these common codes offer a quick reference to help improve coding efficiency. Always follow current legal guidelines and standards of practice when providing medical services.
Coding for HIV, STD and related services is an essential practice for programs that are preparing for billing third party payers. Beginning to properly code for services is a critical step in improving revenue cycle management and developing sustainable systems. For more information about billing and revenue cycle management, visit the resources section of this document
12 Considerations for Providing Timely HIV/AIDS Care
This brochure provides 12 at-a-glance basic considerations for clinicians to keep in mind when providing HIV treatment and care. It includes the natural history of HIV infection, the difference between HIV and AIDS, when to start HAART, co-morbidities to watch for and other timely tips.
Traveling to Mexico and Latin America:
A Guide for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (English & Spanish Version)
This brochure includes helpful tips for persons with HIV/AIDS traveling to Mexico and Latin America as well as contact information to help the patient obtain the names, phone numbers and addresses of doctors who take care of people living with HIV/AIDS, at or near where they are going.
Crossing the Border: Continuity of Care for HIV-Infected Patients Returning to Mexico
Crossing the Border: Continuity of Care for HIV-Infected Patients
Source: U.S./Mexico Border AETC Steering Team (UMBAST); Pacific AETC, Mountain Plains AETC; Texas/Oklahoma AETC and AETC National Resource Center
*Designed to be in conjunction with the one-page handout entitled: Recommendations for Providers Assisting HIV Patients Returning to Mexico
Assisting PLWHAs Returning to Mexico and other Latin American Countries
Assisting PLWHAs Returning to Mexico and other Latin American Countries: A Pilot Project
Clinicians Bi-National Roundtable
IV National Summit of HIV Treatment Educators
HIV Clinical Education and Bi-National Collaboration on the Texas/New Mexico Border
Mexico Antiretroviral Drugs/U.S. Comparison
U.S. Mexico Border Resource Directory