Anybody who would like to share experience on advantage and disadvantgaes of using clinical visit over pill-pick ups to monitor retention in HIV care. In most settings, patients are clinically stable such that they do not need to see their clinicians after a long ques. They would rather feel comfortable picking their tablates and go home. Much easier and quicker. However, clinical record management and pharmacy systems are not linked in most settings. This situation creates information gaps on retention in care. What is the best practice short of data system integration? Thanks
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