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Data for 2012 Priority Setting in Small Doses #1

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  1. Data for 2012 Priority Setting in Small Doses #1 HIV/AIDS Surveillance Data

  2. Importance of HIV/AIDS Surveillance Data in Priority Setting • Provided to the Coalitions by the Bureau of Epidemiology at PA Department of Health (DOH) – HIV/AIDS Surveillance Section • Surveillance data has many uses - monitor epidemics, trends, etc. • Reality Check – THERE IS NO DATA SET WITHOUT LIMITATION! • Limitations of surveillance data include: lag in reporting, accuracy of report, etc. • Do we not use the data because of limitations? • PA DOH uses active and passive system for the surveillance data

  3. Updates to Reporting System • Since 2005 PA NEDSS (Pennsylvania’s National Electronic Disease and Surveillance System) used for HIV/AIDS reports • Pretty much the same providers mandated to report • Advantage is in timing

  4. Sources of Surveillance Data in Presentation • HIV Surveillance Summary Report (PA Department of Health) December 2010 • Southwest county breakdown obtained by request - HIV/AIDS cases diagnosed through December 31, 2010 - Case reports through March 31, 2011 • Allegheny County Health Department STD/HIV Program 2010 Annual STD Summary, March 2011

  5. 2010 AIDS Incidence

  6. 2010 HIV/AIDS Incidence Rates

  7. SW Living HIV/AIDS Cases on 12-31-2010

  8. SW Living HIV/AIDS Cases on 12-31-2010: Gender

  9. SW Living HIV/AIDS Cases on 12-31-2010: Race/Ethnicity

  10. SW Living HIV/AIDS Cases on 12-31-2010: Age Groups

  11. SW Living HIV/AIDS Cases on 12-31-2010: Mode of Transmission

  12. Summary • For 2010, SW had 196 new cases of HIV/AIDS reported; 76 AIDS and 120 HIV (non-AIDS) • 82% of new HIV (non-AIDS) cases reported in Allegheny County • Incidence per 100,000 better shows the burden of the disease in each county and is better for comparison • Burden of new HIV/AIDS cases in SW rank 1-5 (Allegheny, Cambria, Beaver, Greene, Somerset)

  13. Summary • There are 3153 living HIV/AIDS cases in the SW at the end of December 2010; 1766 AIDS-diagnosed and 1387 non-AIDS • Allegheny County has three-fourths (74%) of living HIV/AIDS cases; followed by Westmoreland, Cambria, Washington, and Beaver • Females make up one-fifth (19.3%) of living HIV/AIDS cases • White (non-Hispanic) make up about one-half (51.5%) and Black (non-Hispanic), two-fifth (39.1%) of living HIV/AIDS cases

  14. Summary • Minorities are over-represented among persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) compared with the numbers and percentages in the general population • Age group 30-39 is in the majority (35.8%) among PLWHAs in the region, followed by age group 40-49, and age group 20-29 (21.2%) • Men who have sex with men make up about one-half (53.9%) of PLWHAs in the region, followed by persons with heterosexual mode of transmission (21%)

  15. THANK YOUComments, Questions Prepared by Doyin Desalu, MS, MPH, DrPH ACSWP Executive Director