The Co-infection Database for HIV and Hepatitis C Virus (CoDa-HIV/HCV) has been developed to prospectively collect data on those co-infected with HIV and HCV. The participating clinic sites document coordination of linkage to and retention in care and treatment for people who are co-infected with HIV/HCV.

Purpose of CoDa-HIV/HCV

    • Contribution to HIV/HCV co-infection surveillance
    • Standardization of HIV/HCV data acquisition via a secure, encrypted web accessed database
    • Informing strategies for better management of HIV/HCV co-infected individuals
    • Informing evidence-based HIV/HCV co-infection related policy and programming

Benefits of participation for clinics

    • Access to resources to support HIV providers to treat HCV (e.g. patient educational mobile app, provider mobile app)
    • Opportunities to participate in a larger community of practice and learning network with access to evidence-based HIV/HCV co-infection related education and clinical materials through Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO)
    • A bi-annual data report (for the duration of the clinical site’s participation) and site-specific data pulls on request that characterize the clinic’s HIV/HCV population and treatment outcomes
    • Clinic logo and website link featured on the CoDa-HIV/HCV website

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