Delivering Better HIV Care in Sub-Saharan Africa Using Phone-Based Clinical Summaries and Reminders Yaw Anokwa Generals Exam Report

@inproceedings{Anokwa2010DeliveringBH,
  title={Delivering Better HIV Care in Sub-Saharan Africa Using Phone-Based Clinical Summaries and Reminders Yaw Anokwa Generals Exam Report},
  author={Yaw Anokwa},
  year={2010}
}
Despite the effective use of computerized clinical summaries and reminders in high-income countries to increase the quality of care, the difficulties of implementing and deploying such systems in lowincome countries have hindered their adoption. To become viable in these settings, clinical summaries and reminders systems must reliably deliver information while enabling healthcare providers to explore relevant data. This paper begins by explaining the need for summaries and reminders and how… CONTINUE READING

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