Case study: Developing an app to improve efficiencies in TB data collection in Nigeria

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SHOPS Plus developed a mobile application to replace paper forms with a more efficient digital platform that supports the reporting needs of clinical providers such as doctors and nurses, laboratory scientists, pharmacists, and patent and proprietary drug vendors. TB Screening and Tracking for Accelerated Referral and Reporting (TB STARR) displays workflows specific to provider types and includes functionalities such as TB case referral tracking and sputum sample tracking.

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