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Capacity Building to Develop Standard Electronic Client Information Systems 


Background

Under the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment and Modernization Act of 2006, the Special Projects of National Significance provides funding for its Capacity Building to Develop Standard Electronic Client Information Systems initiatives in support of organizations funded under Parts A through D of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. These health information technology (HIT) capacity building initiatives promote the development of standard electronic client information data systems to improve the ability of grantees and providers to report client level data to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Support is limited to organizations in need of adequate HIT infrastructure, and to the acquisition and implementation of hardware and software components, including stand alone, network, and other management health information systems that will facilitate the reporting of client level data.

Most recently, awards were made to medical provider and support service organizations currently funded by Ryan White Parts A through D organizations to promote the development of standard electronic client information data systems to improve their ability to collect and report client level data. Beginning in September 2013, a new initiative will support the development of client level data systems for Part B grantees to improve their ability to collect and report client level data from their AIDS Drug Assistance Programs.

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The SPNS program began with some of the first Federal grants to target adolescents and women living with HIV, and over the years, initiatives have been developed to reflect the evolution of the epidemic and the health care arena.



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SPNS Staff

Adan Cajina
Branch Chief
acajina at hrsa.gov
301-443-3180

Pamela Belton
Public Health Analyst
pbelton at hrsa.gov
301-443-4461

Renetta Boyd
Public Health Analyst
rboyd at hrsa.gov
301-443-4549

Chau Nguyen
Public Health Analyst
cnguyen1 at hrsa.gov
301-443-5785

Natalie Solomon
Public Health Analyst
nsolomon at hrsa.gov
301-443-7753

Melinda Tinsley
Public Health Analyst
mtinsley1 at hrsa.gov
301-443-3496

Jessica Xavier
Public Health Analyst
jxavier at hrsa.gov
301-443-0833