ETE Metrics

Tracking Progress to End the HIV Epidemic

The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute uses 16 population-level metrics to help track progress towards Ending the Epidemic. Select metrics from the list below to view annual outcomes and ETE targets. Annual outcomes are viewable by sex, age group, and race/ethnicity for metrics where data are available.

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ETE: Bending the Curve

Achieve fewer new HIV infections than deaths

2020 New HIV Infections 1,467 | 2020 Deaths among PLWDH 2,367

Chart notes:
  • Source: NYS HIV Surveillance System
  • Bending the curve metric displays HIV incidence minus all deaths among persons living with diagnosed HIV.

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New Infections - Incidence (NYC)

Reduce the number of estimated new HIV infections to 660

2020 Actual 1,200 (NYC) | Target 660

Chart notes:
  • Source: NYC DOHMH HIV Surveillance System
  • Incidence and undiagnosed estimates are calculated using a CDC methodology.

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PrEP Utilization

Increase the number of individuals filling prescriptions for PrEP to 65,000

2020 Actual 39,282 | Target 65,000

Chart notes:
  • Source: IDV (Integrated Dataverse) from Symphony Health.
  • Number of individuals filling at least one prescription for Truvada or Descovy within the calendar year.

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PrEP Utilization - Medicaid

Increase the number of Medicaid recipients filling prescriptions for PrEP to 30,000

2020 Actual 9,460 | Target 30,000

Chart notes:
  • Source: NYS Medicaid Data Warehouse.
  • Number of Medicaid recipients filling at least one prescription for Truvada or Descovy within the calendar year.

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HIV Status Aware

Increase the percentage of persons living with diagnosed HIV with suppressed viral load to 85%

2020 Actual 94% | Target 98%

Chart notes:
  • Source: NYS HIV Surveillance System
  • Incidence and undiagnosed estimates are calculated using a CDC methodology.

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