“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released what we usually call “the Monitoring Report.” The full name of the report is “Monitoring Selected National HIV Prevention and Care Objectives by Using HIV Surveillance Data.” In addition, they published two new related fact sheets, Understanding the HIV Care Continuum and Selected National HIV Prevention and Care Outcomes in the United States.
The Monitoring Report signals that we are making progress on most of our national HIV prevention, care, and treatment goals and illustrates the impact that HIV continues to have on the lives of 1.1 million Americans who are living with the infection. It also shows us where we need to do better and re-assess our efforts, diagnose the problems, and use this information to make the changes to our policies, programs and services that are needed to turn the results around.
The reports can be accessed at: https://www.hiv.gov/blog/new-release-cdc-monitoring-report-and-nhas-indicators
Source: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – July 27, 2017