National Viral Hepatitis Program
VHA Directive 1300.01, May 23, 2018
This VA Directive gives this Program the responsibility to provide primary guidance on policy and services related to viral hepatitis, and the lead coordination of quality improvement activities using population-based approaches for prevention, diagnosis, and care of viral hepatitis across the system.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has cured over 100,000 Veterans with hepatitis C. VA's efforts in this area are led by the HIV, Hepatitis, and Related Conditions Programs.
Programs and Contacts
Veterans Affairs Hepatitis C Virus Program Fact Sheet: Testing, Care, and Treatment
HIV, Hepatitis, and Related Conditions Programs; March 2020
VA Internal Resources
Data reports, policies, meeting notices, and educational resources for VA staff. Login required.
HIV, Hepatitis, and Related Conditions Programs
- David Ross, MD, PhD, MBI, Director
- Maggie Chartier, PsyD, MPH, Deputy Director
- Lorenzo L. McFarland, DHA, MPH, MSW, PMP, Senior Public Health Program Manager
- Tim Morgan, MD, Director, National Hepatitis C Resource Center
- Marissa Maier, MD, National Public Health Infectious Disease Officer
- Lauren Beste, MD, MPH, Director, HHRC Data and Analysis Group
- Ronald "George" Hauser, MD, Director, Informatics
- Shawn Green, Program Coordinator
- Elizabeth Maguire, MSW, Communications Lead
The VA Viral Hepatitis and Liver Disease website leverages the expertise of clinicians across VA medical centers to develop best practices in hepatitis and advanced liver disease prevention, clinical care, patient and provider education, and program evaluation for use within VA as well as for other medical care systems. The products include treatment recommendations, clinician tools, and both provider and patient education materials.
Significant contributions from our experts:
- Shawn Green
- Elizabeth Maguire
- Heather McCurdy
- Lorenzo McFarland
- Timothy Morgan
- Karine Rozenberg
- Dawn Scott
- Michael Surdy
- Helen Yee
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