Impact of COVID-19 protocols on Recruitment for an Engagement in Care Program for Returning Citizens
Exploratory study to understand recruitment challenges faced by an HIV engagement in care project for Black women, incorporating constructs from the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research.
The Leveraging Housing Opportunities to Promote Retention in Care for People with HIV program in New York City offers three types of housing-related supportive services (rental assistance, housing placement assistance, or supportive permanent housing).
Intervention consisting of on-site buprenorphine treatment guided by an experienced HIV physician who is
trained to incorporate motivational interviewing techniques into routine medical visits to provide substance use behavior counseling.
A 2014 blog on how a Ryan White HIV clinic negotiated with a health plan, with lessons learned for agencies seeking coverage for the new treatment long-acting injectables.
HIV Care Coordination Promotes Care Re-engagement and Viral Suppression among People Who Have Been Out of HIV Medical Care
This study assessed the effectiveness of a Ryan White Part A-funded HIV Care Coordination Program for short-term care re-engagement and viral suppression among people without recent HIV medical care.
Evidence-based intervention: A high-intensity support, low-threshold care access clinic specifically for persons with HIV who have extensive barriers to HIV care.
The Patient-Centered HIV Care Model integrates community-based HIV specialized pharmacists and HIV clinic medical providers to provide patient-centered care for persons with HIV.
This peer linkage and re-engagement intervention has been informed and adapted from the best practice findings of a past SPNS initiative that yielded successful HIV care continuum outcomes among client participants.
This presentation was part of the 2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment.
This presentation highlights the Data to Care program coordinated by the Tennessee Department of Health. Participants will learn how data is used to identify people with HIV who are considered ‘out of care’ and how to successfully re-engage patients into HIV medical care and supportive services.