Differentiated Care

I-TECH’s extensive experience in HIV prevention, care and treatment service delivery, particularly in supporting ART scale up and innovation, make us particular well-suited to support Treat All implementation and differentiated models of service delivery to improve impact. I-TECH recognizes that different clients have different needs and that patient-centered approaches are likely to result in better clinical outcomes and in turn lead to better retention, adherence, and viral suppression. I-TECH has already worked in many countries across PEPFAR to build and support health systems and develop and implement policy at all levels from Health Ministry to local ART centers, and has designed and delivered a broad spectrum of activities to improve service delivery. I-TECH is engaged in supporting Treat All scale-up and piloting DSD models in several countries.

Program Highlights

Differentiated Models of HIV Service Delivery in Tanzania
In October 2016, the Government of Tanzania adopted the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Treat All recommendations. The adoption of WHO recommendations, coupled with the Government of Tanzania’s acceptance of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets represents a significant commitment to the fight against HIV in Tanzania ...
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Expanded HIV Care and Treatment in Zimbabwe
I-TECH works hand-in-hand with the MoHCC to strengthen quality, comprehensive HIV and TB services for children, adolescents and adults, in Zimbabwe, with the goal of HIV epidemic control. I-TECH supports integrated programming in 17 districts ...
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Improving HIV Care for Key Populations in the Caribbean
In 2015 I-TECH designed and launched a novel preceptorship program called Improving HIV Care for Key Populations in the Caribbean. This initiative is aimed at building clinicians’ capacity to provide nonjudgmental, high-quality comprehensive HIV care to key, at-risk populations ...
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Involving patients in QI: the Caribbean Collaborative (CaReQIC)
An initiative known as the Caribbean Regional Quality Improvement Collaborative (CaReQIC) has been aimed at improving four drivers of virologic suppression: returning patients to care, retaining patients in care, adherence to medication, and laboratory monitoring. One important feature of the ITECH Quality Improvement collaborative approach is the importance given to ...
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