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Aug 28, 2017

Research in Kenya by MEASURE Evaluation shows that health providers can work together to improve HIV care without any need for new services

People living with HIV have many clinical, nutritional, and social needs, all of which can seldom be met by a single provider. This fact means that clients often must visit multiple providers for services--providers that are focused on their own niche and not the comprehensive needs of clients.

This uncoordinated care is not optimum. Client care is better when providers are aware of appropriate services at other facilities and refer their clients to them. Such was the case in Homa Bay, Kenya, where HIV prevalence is among the highest in the country. MEASURE Evaluation sought to determine if provider networks could be strengthened to improve comprehensive care.

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