FINANCIAL INCENTIVES
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FINANCIAL INCENTIVES

  • 05/29/2020

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    Financial Incentives for Linkage to Care (HPTN 065) is an intervention where clinicians provide financial incentives (FI) to increase linkage to care, continuity (retention) in care, and viral suppression among HIV-positive persons. Individuals who test positive receive a coupon, within 3 months of diagnosis, for two cash-equivalent gift cards: one for $25 when they get blood drawn for HIV tests and a second for $100 for meeting with a clinician and developing a care plan. Persons who are newly diagnosed and those who are engaged in care (i.e., those who had at least 1 prior viral load measurement at the HIV test and care site within the last 3 to 9 months before the program began) qualify for a $70 gift card if their plasma viral load is suppressed (HIV RNA
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