Caring For Our Community

HIV Case Management

Check out these recorded on-demand Webcasts!

Advances in HIV Treatment: Access and Adherence in Federal & Public Health Settings | 1.0-hour CME/CE | On-Demand Webcast Series

With rapid advances in HIV treatment options and guidelines, providers are challenged to stay current and deliver the best care for diverse and underserved patients. In this on-demand webcast, HIV experts from federal and public health settings present the latest treatment guidelines and clinical trial data. Faculty also share their own clinical experiences and best practices.

Don’t miss this opportunity to:
– Apply new evidence and guidelines to challenging real-world clinical cases
– Discover strategies to support equitable access and improved adherence among diverse patients
– Align institutional practices in public healthcare settings, including Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), with updated HIV            guidelines
– Differentiate new and emerging antiretroviral therapies (ART)
– Tailor HIV treatment strategies based on patient-specific factors



Advances in HIV Prevention: Engagement and Persistence in Federal & Public Health Settings | 1.0-hour CME/CE | On-Demand Webcast Series

New advances in pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) are poised to transform HIV prevention, and providers in public and federal health settings must stay informed to deliver the best care to diverse and underserved patients. Listen to this webcast to hear from HIV experts as they:

– Review new evidence and guidelines on HIV prevention
– Navigate case-based challenges surrounding PrEP initiation and monitoring, as well as patient engagement and adherence
-Share clinical pearls and lessons from the field

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Kintegra provides medical and dental services and behavioral health counseling to more HIV infected patients than any other primary care provider in Gaston County. Medical, emotional and lifestyle complications associated with living with HIV can sometimes create economic difficulties at the same time these patients are also frequent users of medical resources. Thanks to the Ryan White Care Act grant and the Department of Medical Assistance, Kintegra staffs a team of HIV Case Managers whose primary role is to coordinate a continuum of care and assist clients in achieving and maintaining optimal health. Case Managers also assist clients in identifying community resources that may be beneficial in achieving and/or maintaining a level of independent functioning.

Kintegra is able to provide primary and specialty care for the uninsured HIV patients. In addition, Kintegra provides case management and advocacy services to HIV/AIDS infected patients who require care coordination.

For more information about our Case Management Program, please call


Kintegra and Gilead Sciences’ FOCUS Programgilead

Increasing routine HIV and Hepatitis C screening is essential to slowing and ultimately ending these epidemics in the United States. One in eight HIV-positive Americans do not know they are infected, 45% of those diagnosed with HIV remain out of care, and it is estimated that 50% of people infected with HCV remain undiagnosed. Routine screening integrates HIV and HCV testing into regular care in clinics, hospitals, and other health care settings to address undiagnosed infection and engage individuals in treatment.

The Gilead FOCUS program (Frontlines of Communities in the United States) partners with health care organizations, government agencies, community organizations, and others to change the way clinical and community institutions approach HIV and HCV testing. Thanks to a grant from  Gilead Sciences’ FOCUS program, Kintegra is launching a pilot program of HIV and HCV screening.

For more information about Gilead Sciences and the Gilead FOCUS program click: Gilead FOCUS Program