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H I V Testing Where Should We Be Heading (2) 1 Hhc F E B.2010

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feb 2010 HIV testing data

feb 2010 HIV testing data


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    • 1. HIV Testing - Where Should We Be Heading? Facilitator: J. Leider, MD, PhD
    • 2. HIV Testing Expansion Initiative FY07 to FY09 Achievement
      • From FY06 through FY09 over 500,000 individuals tested for HIV while holding the number of prenatal patients tested relatively constant.
      • Over 3,000 individuals newly diagnosed* for HIV. On average 67% of newly diagnosed are linked to care at an HHC facility within the month of diagnosis
      • Over 90% of all diagnosed pts. are linked to care within 90 days of diagnosis.
      • *New diagnosis based on patient self-report and review of facility medical record
    • 3. Of the Different Models at HHC Which is Most Effective at Expanding HIV Testing?
    • 4. Four Leading Facilities - Proportion of Unique Patients Tested within Outpatient Clinics FY09 Renaissance; Harlem; Coney Island; and Morrisania FY08 Renaissance; Belvis; Coney Island; and Morrisania FY07 Belvis; Morrisania; Coney Island; and NCB
    • 5. Four Leading Facilities - Proportion of Unique Patients Tested within Inpatient Wards FY09 Harlem; NCB; Jacobi; Bellevue FY08 Harlem; Jacobi; Lincoln; Woodhull FY07 Harlem; Met; Lincoln; KCHC
    • 6. Four Leading Facilities - Proportion of Unique Patients Tested within EDs FY09 Jacobi; NCB; Elmhurst; Lincoln FY08 Jacobi; Elmhurst; Queens; Met FY07 Queens; Met; Elmhurst; Lincoln
    • 7. HIV Testing Projects at HHC
    • 8. What are the Priorities?

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