Medical Monitoring Project

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The Medical Monitoring Project is a surveillance study implemented by the Mississippi State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to obtain information about patients with HIV/AIDS who are receiving ongoing medical care, and the types of services they needed and received. This information will help improve the delivery of programs in the state.

Information is gathered from randomly selected clinics with the goal to enroll 400 patients. MSDH is asking HIV primary care providers to share the Medical Monitoring fact sheet below with their patients to encourage participation. Participation includes an interview and a confidential medical record abstraction for each patient.


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