Aphirm combines disparate data requirements and diagnoses into rich, client-centered profiles — making the connections you need to gain deeper insights into your populations.
We’ve had many requests to offer the capability to attach names to HIV tests (whether positive, negative, or both). We can now offer that as part of Aphirm! The system will also support data imported from many popular data systems, including HL7. No more having to re-key information from an HIV test for Partner Services. Now you can link tests to a named client record for conducting Partner Services activities. You'll also be able to view potential duplicate entries and merge them into a single record.
Aphirm provides a platform for traditional case follow-up. We are initially focusing on STDs, but it will soon be expanding to other communicable diseases such as hepatitis and tuberculosis. Having a case management feature provides users an opportunity to ensure that all parties to a client are tested and/or treated for any given infection.
We understand how critical it is to maintain confidentiality when it comes to name-based data collection. Aphirm complies with CDC’s Data Security and Confidentiality Guidelines. With multiple access levels and flexible permissions, you can control which data is off-limits to anyone other than who you specify — even when multiple agencies collaborate. Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise also includes extensive security features like fine-grained auditing, transparent database encryption and regular backups to ensure your data remains intact.
Aphirm is driven by Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise, a powerful and well-supported database management system. It provides secure data storage and delivery, data visualization and reporting, real-time operational analytics and much more.
Because of the flexibility of the platform on which Aphirm is built, we can easily add specialized modules. Some possibilities we envision:
Have other ideas? We'd love to hear them!