The Community Access National Network (CANN) is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization (formerly incorporated under the Ryan White CARE Act Title II Community AIDS National Network) focusing on public policy issues relating to HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis. CANNs mission is to define, promote, and improve access to healthcare services and supports for people living with HIV/AIDS and/or Viral Hepatitis through advocacy, education, and networking. CANNs coalition-based work is done on behalf of the patient advocacy groups, pharmaceutical partners, and government agencies. Read our 2016 Annual Report to learn more about some key accomplishments and information about the organization. CANN invites you to make a tax-deductible donation, which will allow the organization to continue its national advocacy work to improve comprehensive medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS and/or Viral Hepatitis.
The Community Roundtable on Linkages to Care for Current/Former Incarcerated Citizens Living with Hepatitis C is being held in Washington, DC on May 11, 2017. Learn more about the community roundtable.
The HIV/HCV Co-Infection Watch is a patient-centric informational portal serving three primary groups - Patients, Healthcare Providers, and AIDS Service Organizations. Download the latest HIV/HCV Co-Infection Watch.
The Medicaid Watch monitors State Medicaid and health-related funding cuts and expansions. The Medicaid Watch doesn't cover only state-level Medicaid eligibility and access news; it also reports on other state health assistance programs. Download the latest Medicaid Watch.
Read the Roundtable Report Released at ACTHIV, Building a Focus on Healthy Aging for Older Adults Living With HIV: A Call to Action.