Recap on the First-Ever HRSA EHE Data Report

TargetHIV

In the interest of giving a post-holiday plug for a report released pre-holiday, below are highlights from the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. Initiative (EHE) Data Report, 2020, which was released December 16, 2021 by HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau. (Readers: Note the limitations highlighted by HRSA in the overview section, pages 1-2, like the disruptive effect of COVID-19, the need for EHE jurisdictions to shift priorities, and the first year data reporting adjustments.)

  • "EHE-funded providers served nearly 40,000 clients during the first six months of the EHE initiative, including approximately 10,000 new or re-engaged clients." Table 1.
  • "EHE-funded providers served more than 55,000 clients from September 2020 through December 2020, of whom nearly 9,500 clients were new or re-engaged clients." Table 2.
  • "Overall, HAB EHE-funded service providers served nearly 19,500 clients who were new or re-engaged in HIV care and treatment during March 2020 through December 2020." Table 3.

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