THE REAL-WORLD INSIGHTS OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV SHARED THROUGH ELECTRONIC DEVICES (RISE) STUDY
- Explore the potential of a novel PRO data collection method using electronic administration of a survey via mobile phone app
- Payers believe that RWD offers enormous potential for decision-making, especially in resource allocation or policy and formulary design.
- HIV patients still have unmet needs related to health-related quality of life that require consideration from a variety of stakeholders, including education and access to treatment to improve adherence.
- Electronic mobile patient surveys can be beneficial to inform decision-making in a wide range of diseases, including diabetes, asthma, and oncology.
Patient reported outcomes (PRO) measure for the Mobile Outreach Retention and Engagement (MORE) program to improve retention and engagement among patients living with HIV at Whitman-Walker Health in Washington, DC
The Implementation Science team worked to evaluate the patient experience in the MORE program and evaluate MORE’s impact on ART adherence among HIV positive medical patients of Whitman-Walker Health who have inconsistent attendance to appointments.
Retention and Reengagement in Care of PLWHIV Through Physician and Media Delivered U=U Retention in Care Education
To aid future research on the effectiveness of the U=U message campaign as a clinical intervention, the aim of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness of a clinic-delivered media campaign of the U=U message.
This study aims to determine the reach of the U=U message and better understand the context for implementation across different audiences using social media and other virtual approaches implemented by community ambassadors.