In the 1980s, soon after AIDS and HIV were first recognized, RAND Health conducted the first major research effort to collect information on a nationally representative sample of people receiving care for HIV infection. Today, RAND research addresses a wide range of HIV/AIDS-related issues around the world, including access, cost, and quality of care; antiretroviral treatment; and the effective allocation of prevention resources.

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    Improving Public Resource Allocation for Care and Prevention of HIV/AIDS

    Mar 21, 2014

    Public health agencies face difficult decisions which are often made with few local empirical data. The robust decision making approach is data driven and allows decisionmakers to compare various HIV/AIDS intervention strategies across thousands of simulated future scenarios.

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