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1 Establishing an HIV Services Internet Portal to Enhance Access and Retention in Care John Sapero Program Coordinator, Phoenix EMA Ryan White Planning Council November 29, 2012

2 Purpose To provide you with an understanding of the experience I have had leading the development of a statewide online HIV resource Process I’ll provide an overview of the Phoenix EMA, the rationale used to define the site, the development process, and some takeaway thoughts Payoff You’ll be better prepared when you begin to start your own initiative

3 Preface I am not an expert, but I have knowledge and experience you may find helpful I have biases, opinions and preferences, and will share these openly and honestly. You may disagree – that’s OK, and it doesn’t make either of us wrong Please feel free to ask questions as they come to you, or wait until the end

4 steal shamelessly share seamlessly *

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6 Prevalent HIV & AIDSCases% By Gender Male Female By Race/Ethnicity White Non-Hispanic Black Non-Hispanic Hispanic A/PI/H Non-Hispanic AI/AN Non-Hispanic MR/O Non-Hispanic By Mode of Transmission MSM IDU MSM / IDU Heterosexual Other/Hemophilia/Blood Product/Transfusion No Reported Risk/Unknown Risk TOTAL %

7 time Once upon a

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9 July 2011

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11 MEPPIO CPIO PIT OK CIT OK the department of redundancy department OK P P P

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13 meanwhile…

14 we all wanted the same info

15 90% had internet access

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17 National HIV/AIDS Strategy reduce incidence | increase access| reduce disparities

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22 what was my vision?

23 not a gateway destination a

24 Up-to-date local testing/provider locator Crowd-sourced providers (“Yelpish”) Info sharing – providers and clients Streamlined – simple, clean, elegant Quickly connect to people, not info Video walk-throughs – appts, testing, etc. Bilingual

25 Not a community-wide referral source Not a forum to bash providers No personals No politics Not meant to the “library of Alexandria”

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27 Goal/ActivityCost Content Development: Consumer & Provider Input$1,300 Content Development: Research/Compilation of Content$5,000 First Year Project Support: ARF Staff$4,300 Establish Advisory Board & Conduct Meetings$650 Development of Policies and Procedures$100 Website Development$22,500 Training and Development$1,250 Marketing and Promotion$10,500 Translation Services$3,000 Total Project Budget$47,350

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32 developing your vision ToP Strategic Planning ©The Institute of Cultural Affairs

33 what do you want to see in 3-5 years?

34 what is blocking you from your vision? No “lack of” statements!

35 what innovative, substantial actions will move you forward?

36 what will be your specific, measurable accomplishments for the first year?

37 takeaways

38 #1 focus!

39 #2 adhere to your vision

40 #3 white space is your friend

41 #4 brevity

42 #5 do only what you need

43 #6 develop a unique voice

44 #7 avoid the usual suspects

45 #8 define every process

46 #9 welcome failure

47 #10 celebrate your success

48 steal shamelessly share seamlessly *

49 Questions?

50 John Sapero


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