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Evaluation and Support Center: Public and nonprofit private entities, including academic institutions, faith-based and community-based organizations, with experience in the provision of technical assistance as it relates to health information technology and evaluation support services of preference to HIV primary health care and services organizations. Demonstration Sites: Public and nonprofit private entities, including faith-based and community-based organizations with experience in the provision of and evaluation of HIV primary care services.
The SPNS Information Technology Networks of Care Initiative will award funds for up to 4 years to support organizations that promote the enhancement and evaluation of existing health information networks for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in underserved communities. These organizations will hereupon be referred as demonstration projects. SPNS will also fund one Evaluation and Support Center that will conduct a cross-site evaluation of services and provide technical assistance and support to the demonstration projects.