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Table 2. HIV Adherence Strategy by Appropriate Provider Type and Setting

Adherence Strategy  Appropriate Provider Type Appropriate Setting
Heart

  • Health educator
  • Medical provider (e.g., physicians, nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant)
  • HIV case manager
  • Social worker
  • Community Health Centers
  • Community-based Organizations or AIDS Service Organizations with a strong partnership to an HIV clinic
  • HIV primary care out-patient 
Partnership for Health - Medication Adherence
  • Medical provider
  • Community Health Centers
  • HIV primary care out-patient clinic
 Peer Support
  • Trained peers and supervisory program staff
  • Community Health Centers
  • Community-based Organizations or AIDS Service Organizations with a strong partnership to an HIV clinic
  • HIV primary care out-patient clinic
SMART Couples

  • Medical provider
  • Health educator
  • Social worker
  • Community Health Centers
  • Community-based Organizations or AIDS Service Organizations with a strong partnership to an HIV clinic
  • HIV primary care out-patient clinic

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