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HIV Surveillance Reports

	HIV Surveillance ReportHIV surveillance reports disseminate data about HIV and AIDS—for example, the number and population rates of HIV diagnoses, the number of people living with HIV, and the number of people who are receiving HIV medical care.

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HIV Surveillance Reports

The annual HIV Surveillance Report provides an overview on the current epidemiology of HIV disease in the United States and dependent areas. CDC funds state and territorial health departments to collect surveillance data on persons diagnosed with HIV infection; all personal identifiers are removed from these data before being transmitted to CDC via a secure data network. Data are analyzed by CDC and then displayed by age, race, sex, transmission category, and jurisdiction (where appropriate). Prior to the 2008 reporting year, the report was referred to as the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report. The report is published annually in late summer or early fall.

 

HIV Surveillance Supplemental Reports

HIV Surveillance Supplemental Reports are based on data from CDC’s National HIV Surveillance System and are issued intermittently. The Enhanced HIV/AIDS Reporting System (eHARS) is a browser-based, CDC-developed application that assists health departments with reporting, data management, analysis, and transfer of data to CDC. Prior to volume 15, the report was referred to as the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Supplemental Report.

 

HIV Surveillance Special Reports

HIV Surveillance Technical Reports

HIV Surveillance Technical Reports are based on non-CDC data, i.e., data that are not collected or managed by CDC. These reports also appear intermittently. Prior to volume 2, the report was referred to as the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Technical Report.

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