2017 HIV surveillance data for NYC
Newly released HIV surveillance data from the New York City Health Department show 2,155* people were diagnosed with HIV in New York City in 2017, representing a 5.2% decrease from 2016. Among these new diagnoses, 80% were linked to HIV care within 30 days.
These newly released data are now available and featured on a new interactive tool on the ETE Dashboard that presents trends among persons with a new HIV diagnosis in New York City dating back to 2006. Using this interactive tool, ETE Dashboard users can view trends like newly diagnosed cases and rates by demographics or transmission risk with the ability to drill down to borough or UHF neighborhood level. Other key measures of interest to Ending the Epidemic in New York are also available, such as concurrent HIV/AIDS diagnoses, and the timeliness of linkage to care and viral load suppression among persons with newly diagnosed HIV.
In addition to the launch of our new visualization showing trends among persons with newly diagnosed HIV, we will soon be posting updates to the HIV Care Continuum both for people with newly diagnosed HIV and all people living with HIV with the new 2017 data. Stay tuned for much more content coming soon to the ETE Dashboard.
*Data reported to the NYC DOHMH HIV Epidemiology and Field Services Program by March 31, 2018. Data includes people all ages 13 and older, which explains slight differences between these numbers and data published elsewhere by the NYC DOHMH.
The Ending the Epidemic (ETE) Dashboard was designed and developed by the Institute for Implementation Science in Population Health at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy of the City University of New York. The purpose of the ETE Dashboard is to measure, track and disseminate actionable information on progress towards achieving New York State’s Ending the Epidemic Initiative’s goals to all interested stakeholders.The ETE Dashboard project is funded by the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute.