Category Archives: HIV Clinics

HIV PrEP Use in Public Health: Taming a Chronic Problem

HIV PrEP Public Health EHR

Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV but are at substantial risk of contracting it to prevent HIV infections by taking a pill every day. It has been proven to be extremely effective at combating the spread of HIV infection. When taken consistently, HIV PrEP has been shown […]

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Using EHR data to select candidates for HIV PrEP

HIV Clinic

The increase in medical technology including Electronic Health Records (EHR) has greatly increased the amount of available health data for both research and treatment. Many public health departments, community health centers (FQHC), and private practice have already made the move. HIV clinics are also seeing the benefits of increased data and treatment outcomes for patients […]

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