Working with faculty from HST and the Brigham and Womens Hospital.

Working with faculty from HST and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Blaya launched the PDA project in Lima. He also worked closely with the Peruvian sister organization of Partners in Health, Socios en Salud. The road to health care to solve problems is through the involvement of the community, he says. When the workersold patient tracking system, a team of four healthcare workers would more than 100 health centers and laboratories visit twice a week to receiving patients test results on paper sheets. A few times a week, they returned to their headquarters, transcribe these results on two sets of forms per patient – one for physicians and health care administrators.

A project in Lima, the researchers found that equipping health care workers with PDAs to record data dropped the average time for patients ‘ test results to their doctors from 23 days to reach to eight days into being. To monitor patients to monitor patients in a timely manner, it also prevents results are not lost, says Blaya, Hospital student at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology . Their work online edition of the online edition of the International Journal of Infectious Diseases – .Continuous it leaves and states used the relative risk of of the particular group at the study mentioned above The lack of The lack of accuracy and which low statistical power in JPAD studies the sequence of far below the expected event rate in the studies. Because the study population in had a very low output value of cardiovascular events, it may be difficult, these results can generalize to generalize other populations of..

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