Study: in+care Campaign Improves Care Outcomes

Study: in+care Campaign Improves Care Outcomes

Thursday, October 1, 2015
National Quality Center

in+care campaignThe in+care Campaign HIV quality improvement project has achieved significant improvements in national retention and viral load suppression (VLS) performance, according to performance data submitted by participating agencies.  

The Campaign, which enrolled 51% of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grantees serving over 470,000 individuals, reported the following:

  • 9.1% increase in medical visit frequency;
  • 6.4% increase in VLS;
  • 5.9% increase in newly enrolled patient retention; and
  • 3.2% decrease in gap measure (percentage of patients who did not have a medical visit with a provider in the last 180 days).

Read more about the results in the AETC ShareSpot blog.

Learn more about the in+care Campaign.