Priority Settings and Resource Allocation


As required by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Planning Councils are required to “set priorities and allocate resources for service categories, and provide guidance (directives) to the grantee on how best to meet these priorities.” 

As such, the Newark EMA HIV Health Services Planing Council has the responsibility of using sound information and a rational decision-making process to decide what services are most needed by people living with HIV in the EMA (priority setting) and how much RWHAP Part A money should be used for each of these service categories (resource allocations). These decisions are made, in part, based on community input, needs assessment data, service utilization and spending data, and epidemiologic data., 

The Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report describes the priorities for the allocation of funds within the Newark EMA, how best to meet each priority, and additional recommendations for the recipient to consider in the allocation of funds under a grant.



Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Reports

FY 2022 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2021 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2020 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2019 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2018 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2017 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2016 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2015 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2014 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2013 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2012 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2011 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

FY 2010 Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Report Final

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