CT/GC PDPT Distribution Program Eligibility
To be eligible to participate in the free Chlamydia/Gonorrhea (CT/GC) Patient-Delivered Partner Therapy (PDPT) Distribution Program, each clinic site and local health jurisdiction (LHJ) is required to meet all of the following criteria.
Each clinic site and/or LHJ must:
- Be located in California
- Serve a population that is at risk for STDs
- Participate in the 340B Drug Pricing Program
- Serve a population that is uninsured or underinsured. This may be demonstrated by meeting one or more of the following criteria:
- Affiliation with a local health jurisdiction
- Designation as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), FQHC Look-Alike, or Rural Health Clinic (RHC)
- Member of a community clinic consortium
- Participation in the 340B Drug Pricing Program
- Receipt of Ryan White funding
- Receipt of Title X funding
- Site pre-approved by Essential Access Health.
Additionally, each clinic site or LHJ must meet at least one of the following requirements for delivery of patient chlamydia and gonorrhea treatment:
- Direct Onsite Dispensing - Provide direct onsite dispensing of chlamydia and gonorrhea medication to patients for their own treatment in the clinical setting. In this case, medication from the CT/GC PDPT Distribution Program can be provided to the patient by clinic staff.
- Onsite Pharmacy - Provide chlamydia and gonorrhea medication to patients for their own treatment through an onsite pharmacy. In this case, medication from the CT/GC PDPT Distribution Program would be distributed by the pharmacist when filling the patients’ treatment.
- Field-Delivered Treatment - Provide medicationfrom the CT/GC PDPT Distribution Program to patients and/or their sex partners through field-delivered treatment (FDT). This option is only available to LHJs.