Lasse Andersson, TMS Ringsted - HÃ¥ndbold Spiller Foreningen

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Lasse Andersson, TMS Ringsted - HÃ¥ndbold Spiller Foreningen

Health Centers Integrating HIV/AIDS ServicesA panel of Health Center representatives shared an assortment of ways in which their programs have incorporatedHIV/AIDS care services into clinic practices—from development of performance measures to expanded HIV/AIDStesting. Below are summaries from the four panelists.Performance Measures and Networking Enhance HIV/AIDS Care WorkDelaware Valley Community Health, Philadelphia, PAScott McNeal, Chief Medical OfficerDelaware Valley serves 43,000 patients annually, predominantly people of color. The agency made HIV/AIDS carean integral part of its Health Center plan in the mid-1990s. Their HIV/AIDS initiatives include:• Establishment of a performance measure goal to increase HIV screening of men who have sex with men(MSM). As a result, screening increased from 60 percent in 2008 to 82 percent in 2010.• Networking with other health centers. Delaware Valley is part of CareLink, a regional HIV/AIDS care networkcomprised of 15 federally qualified community Health Center sites. The model develops an infrastructure toprovide integrated HIV/AIDS services in low-income communities whose residents would otherwise facebarriers to obtaining accessible, culturally sensitive and gender specific care.Performance Measures Track Improvements in HIV/AIDS CareMendocino Community Health Clinic, Ukiah, CACatherine Rada, Grants Administrator and Ann McAfee, Director of Nursing and QualityMendocino is funded by BPHC and Ryan White (Part C and the Special Projects of National Significance, SPNS). Theagency serves 26,000 patients in its primary care clinic and 200 patients in its HIV clinic. Among their HIV/AIDSactivities are the following:• A performance measure goal was established to annually see over 85 percent of patients with HIV/AIDS withtwo or more medical visits at least three months apart. In 2010, the clinic hit 96 percent.• A clinical outcome measure was also established to assure that over 85 percent of patients with CD4 cellcounts greater than 200 are taking HIV medications. In 2010, 91 percent were on medications.Mendocino’s HIV/AIDS program (along with its nurse case management work) has provided the clinic withdemonstrable experience in improving other aspects of primary medical care, including establishment of electronicmedical records and accreditation by the Joint Commission as a patient-centered medical home.Expanding HIV/AIDS Testing—Including Rapid TestingChase Brexton Health Services, Baltimore, MDKerry Avant, Director of NursingChase Brexton was founded in 1978 as a gay health clinic and has evolved into a multi-faceted Health Centeroffering a continuum of care to a diverse and medically underserved community. The agency is a recipient of RyanWhite funding, including Parts A, B, C, D and SPNS. Chase serves 17,000 patients through its primary care clinics,and close to 4,000 patients with HIV/AIDS. Among their HIV/AIDS initiatives is expansion of HIV testing as part ofroutine primary care visits—including the use of rapid HIV tests. The goal is to provide clients with the opportunityto be tested at least once in their lifetimes.Providers were initially concerned about the impact of routine HIV testing on primary care clinic patient flow.However, the process has been successfully integrated into patient visits during initial intake. To date, routinetesting has enabled the clinic to identify a small number of HIV-positive clients and transition them into HIV/AIDScare and case management.Transitioning HIV/AIDS Care Into a Health CenterSanta Rosa Community Health Centers, Sonoma County, CABrian Griffiths, Program Manager


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