Data: Access, Sources, and Systems

Data: Access, Sources, and Systems

May 2018
IHAP TA Center

Selected Data: Access, Sources, and Systems Sections

The following four sections are examples of strong Data: Access, Sources, and Systems sections developed by jurisdictions. Each document contains a cover sheet with the jurisdiction information and why the section was identified as exemplary.

PDF icon Data: Access, Sources, and Systems: Austin, TX
PDF icon Data: Access, Sources, and Systems: Philadelphia, PA
PDF icon Data: Access, Sources, and Systems: San Francisco
PDF icon Data: Access, Sources, and Systems: Wisconsin

Selection Criteria

Exemplary Data: Access, Sources, and Systems sections met the following criteria (based on the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan Guidance):

 Description of the ways data was used to develop needs assessment and HIV Care Continuum, including:

  • Use of RSR data
  • Use of Surveillance data
  • Use of Qualitative data

 Description of data policies that acted as barriers to data access

 Description of data that jurisdictions were unable to access but that would been helpful to access as a way to develop stronger epidemiologic profile and HIV Care Continuum.

Plans with particularly strong aspects-- such as excellent visuals or a section description that went into more detail than the CDC/HRSA guidance outlined-- were chosen to be featured.

Please note that those featured do not include all data: access, sources, and systems sections of Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans that are exemplary.