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Boston, Massachusetts 02114


The purpose of this study is to determine whether alerts independent of the ambulatory health record are more effective in eliciting physician responses and therefore have greater impact on HIV disease outcomes than traditional static alerts.

Study summary:

This study will compare the effectiveness of standard and enhanced care alerts in HIV infected participants at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Participants will be a part of this study for 4 years or until they are no longer followed at Massachusetts General Hospital. Participants will be assigned randomly to one of two arms. Participants assigned to Arm 1 will receive standard care, involving standard provider alerts which will be posted on the participant's health record. Participants assigned to Arm 2 will receive enhanced care, involving improved functionality. Experimental informatics-based provider alerts and support systems will be used to develop a pilot system designed to optimize delivery of HIV clinical care. All participants will be monitored for new laboratory toxicities, suboptimal follow up, and virologic failure at their normally scheduled appointments.


Inclusion Criteria: - HIV infected - Followed in the Massachusetts General Hospital HIV clinic. Exclusion Criteria:



Primary Contact:

Principal Investigator
Gregory K Robbins, MD MPH
Massachusetts General Hospital

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Location Contact:

Boston, Massachusetts 02114
United States

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Site Status: N/A

Data Source: ClinicalTrials.gov

Date Processed: March 16, 2018

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