It is a developed mobile system that will be used to increase adherence to care, treatment, viral load suppression on HIV/AIDS patients. The system would inform the patients on their appointments using simple friendly messages and responses that would advise the health care worker (HCW) on the status of the patient. The HCW would then reach out to the patient if needed.
Implement mobile technology in 100% of ART clinics in PEPFAR focused counties to facilitate ART adherence, care and treatment while contributing to the UNAIDS of 90-90-90
– Increase adherence.
– Reduce loss to follow up of patients.
|1||Assessment and evaluation of the PEPFAR focus counties.||Completed.|
|2||Develop partnerships with care and treatment partners and identify one facility to test the system.||Completed.|
|3||Develop T4A prototype.||Ongoing.|
|4||Sensitize and train partners, NASCOP, health facility, county officials and public that would use the system.||To be scheduled once testing at facility level is completed.|
|5||System testing, deployment, maintenance and support.||Shall start after complete development of the Prototype.|
|6||Capacity building, training and rollout.||To start after system has been deployed.|
PILOTED AND DEPLOYED
The project will first be piloted and deployed in Homabay Count, in the health facilities (Homabay County Hospital that has Kenya EMR System and Lela Health Center that has no EMR System)
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