From your question description, it seems that you haven't yet conducted the study. My advice to you would be not to think of a title at this moment. The title of your paper should be finalized at the end, after you have finished writing your manuscript.
This is the time to focus on your research question. You should first come up with a research question based on the plan you suggested above. Based on my understanding of your description, here is an example of what could be a possible research question: "How integration of various organizations providing home-based heath and nursing care services that include AIDS/HIV can achieve more efficient and cost-effective health outcomes."
Once your research and manuscript writing are complete, you will find it easier to come up with a title. Here are a few suggestions to help you write an appropriate title:
- Write the title at the end, once you have completed writing your manuscript.
- Ensure that the title clearly indicates what your research is about.
- Keep it brief, informative, and attractive.
- Include relevant descriptive keywords that readers are most likely to search for.
- Avoid using jargon as it might make the title too complicated and difficult to understand.