Differentiated service delivery (DSD) models were able to provide comparable effectiveness in treating people with HIV as the standard of care (SoC) when it came to maintaining care and viral suppression, according to a review published in Reviews in Medical Virology.
This intervention is part of the Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions project—the first SPNS project of its kind to apply a rigorous implementation science approach and evaluate intervention replication and fidelity of evidence-informed intervention models across the country.
This data visualization dashboard from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides an interactive snapshot of the road to increased linkage to HIV care.
This machine learning model was developed to identify patients at risk for dropping out of care in an urban HIV care clinic using electronic medical records and geospatial data.
Data to Care (D2C) is a public health strategy that uses HIV surveillance data, pharmacy fill data, clinic appointment data, and other treatment and care data sources to identify persons with HIV who are not in care, link them to medical and social services, and support the HIV Care Continuum.
A collection of implementation guides on evidence-informed best practices in HIV care delivery.
The United States HIV care workforce is shrinking, which could complicate service delivery to people living with HIV (PLWH). This study examined the impact of practice transformations, defined as efficiencies in structures and delivery of care, on demonstration project sites within the Workforce Capacity Building Initiative, a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS).
Several studies have shown different effects of telehealth interventions on adherence to Antiretroviral therapy (ART) among people living with HIV. This study conducted a meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) to estimate the pooled effect of telehealth interventions on the treatment adherence of HIV patients.