Table 2

Monthly trend in delivery of health services at a clinic level

Before Intervention

After Intervention

Change

95% C.I.*

p value**


Health Services

General

Total attendance

27.62

38.08

10.46

(-25.73, 46.66)

0.571

HIV Services

Number of HIV Lab tests

7.16

17.74

10.58

(5.92, 15.23)

<0.001

Number of HIV positive cases

1.66

2.32

0.66

(-0.54, 1.87)

0.283

Number of HIV positive cases put on Septrin prophylaxis

1.58

7.09

5.51

(-0.61, 11.63)

0.078

PMTCT service: Number of pregnant women positive for HIV

0.46

0.99

0.52

(0.15, 0.90)

0.007

PMTCT Service: Number of HIV positive pregnant women given ARVs for treatment

0.36

0.48

0.12

(-0.20, 0.44)

0.476

Family Planning

Family Planning: Injectable Contraceptives

-0.19

0.69

0.88

(-1.26, 3.02)

0.421

Maternal and Child Health

Total number of children immunized

1.69

55.12

53.43

(32.42, 74.43)

<0.001

Total number of pregnant women immunized

-0.64

9.69

10.33

(3.30, 17.35)

0.004

MCH: antenatal care

2.72

3.63

0.91

(-0.87, 2.68)

0.316

MCH: postnatal care

0.49

0.80

0.30

(-0.86, 1.47)

0.609

Number of pregnancy tests

0.23

2.22

1.99

(0.70, 3.29)

0.003

Malaria Services

Malaria lab tests: adults

-1.82

0.57

2.39

(-3.19, 7.97)

0.401

Malaria lab tests: children

0.03

1.23

1.21

(0.67, 1.75)

<0.001

Malaria diagnosis: adults

-1.86

8.27

10.13

(-2.87, 23.13)

0.127

Malaria diagnosis: children

0.12

7.22

7.10

(0.73, 13.46)

0.029

Skin Diseases

Number of skin disease cases: adults

3.56

3.44

-0.13

(-3.54, 3.29)

0.941

Number of skin disease cases: children

1.00

5.92

4.92

(2.19, 7.65)

<0.001

TB services

Number of TB lab tests

0.70

1.89

1.19

(0.25, 2.14)

0.013

Number of TB diagnoses

-0.07

0.28

0.34

(0.05, 0.64)

0.023


Monthly Changes in Health Services Per Clinic

* C.I.: Confidence Interval

** Both 95% CI and p value were for the differences of monthly changes in health services outputs between before and after the start of the HIV programs, estimated by random coefficient models.

Matsubayashi et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2011 11(Suppl 1):S9   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-11-S1-S9

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