Published in AIDS Weekly, April 18th, 2005
Physician researchers in Atlanta, Baltimore, Los Angeles and Miami evaluated individuals recently diagnosed with HIV and found that patients who worked with case managers were 40% more likely to visit an HIV clinician in the outpatient setting at least twice within the first year following diagnosis. The findings were published in the journal AIDS.
The ARTAS study, funded by the U.S....
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