MEASURE – TRACK – DISSEMINATE
Ending the Epidemic Dashboard
Using metrics to track New York State’s progress in ending the HIV epidemic
HOW IS NEW YORK STATE DOING?
Is New York State making progress towards their ETE goals?View the latest data
People living with HIV
Know their status
with newly diagnosed HIV
Linked to care within 30 days
-Ending the AIDS Epidemic in New York State-
Explore the Data
The ETE Dashboard integrates various data realms and sources to present key metrics for tracking progress towards Ending the Epidemic in New York State.
To explore a complete list of data pages, visit the
- 2024 National Black HIV and AIDS Awareness DayFebruary 7th, 2024
- New PrEP and PEP Data for 2022January 23rd, 2024
- Social Determinants of Health and HIV OutcomesDecember 4th, 2023
- Newly released 2022 ETE Metrics and HIV Surveillance dataNovember 28th, 2023
- New Data for HIV-associated Hospitalizations in New York StateNovember 20th, 2023
- ETE policy updates from 2022 now availableNovember 6th, 2023
- 2023 National Latinx AIDS Awareness DayOctober 16th, 2023
- PrEP Aware Week 2023October 11th, 2023
Lack of access to health care is partly to blame for skyrocketing HIV rates among gay Black men via @YahooNews
On June 29, 2014, New York State detailed a three-point plan to move us closer to the end of the AIDS epidemic in New York State. The goal is to achieve the first ever decrease in HIV prevalence in New York State.
The Three-point Plan
Identifies persons with HIV who remain undiagnosed and links them to health care
Links and retains persons diagnosed with HIV in health care to maximize virus suppression so they remain healthy and prevent further transmission
Facilitates access to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)for persons who engage in high-risk behaviours to keep them HIV negative
On October 14, 2014, New York State announced members of the Ending the Epidemic Task Force. This Task Force was established to support the state’s three-point plan. The Task Force developed and synthesized recommendations, presented in New York’s Blueprint to end the epidemic. A key recommendation included in the Blueprint is to extend and enhance the use of data to track and report progress on ending the epidemic in New York, including “the creation of a web-based, public-facing, Ending the Epidemic Dashboard system to broadly disseminate information to stakeholders on the [ETE] initiative’s progress.”
The purpose of the Ending the Epidemic (ETE) Dashboard System is to measure, track and disseminate actionable information on progress towards achieving New York State’s Ending the Epidemic (ETE) Initiative’s goals to all stakeholders.