HRSA’s HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) has developed several resources to help health care providers treating people who have or are at risk for HIV/HCV coinfection. Studies have shown that people with HIV and chronic hepatitis may experience complications with their HIV treatment.
- RWHAP AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETC) Program HIV/HCV coinfection trainings and resources .
- National AETC Curriculum on HIV/HCV Co-infection , which aims to increase health care provider knowledge of HIV and HCV coinfection among people of color in the U.S. and its territories.
- Hepatitis C Prescriber Toolkit , a directory of state-specific resources to help providers navigate health coverage requirements, which impact the prescription of HCV treatment.
- Implementation Guide, Case Studies of Evidence-Informed Interventions, and a Pocket Guide for health care provider sites and community partners with an interest in HCV treatment for their patients coinfected with HIV.
Access more resources to help health care providers treating people who have or are at risk for HIV/HCV coinfection on HIV.gov.