Summary of Key Projects

Ending the Epidemic Dashboard

Funded by:New York State AIDS Institute


Investigators:
  • Abigail Baim-Lance
  • Ashish Joshi
  • Denis Nash

The purpose of the End of the Epidemic (ETE) Dashboard System is to measure, track and disseminate actionable information on progress towards achieving New York State’s Ending the Epidemic Initiative’s goals to all interested stakeholders.  The Dashboard provides dynamic and interactive content on key indicators of the HIV epidemic including prevention, new infections, testing, new diagnoses and linkage.   By integrating these various data realms into one platform, the ETE Dashboard provides users the opportunity to monitor and report progress on HIV-related outcomes and initiatives throughout New York State.  Incorporated within the ETE Dashboard is the ETE Data Portal, a web-based data import platform designed for HIV/AIDS organizations and programs to submit and view outcome and performance data on key indicators such as timely linkage to care, retention in care and viral load suppression.  The ETE Data Portal has the ability to generate in real-time, facility-, region-, and program-level reports via interactive data displays to both enhance quality improvement activities at the local level and to disseminate outcomes to a wider audience via the ETE Dashboard.  The ETE Dashboard was designed and developed by the ISPH, in collaboration with the New York State AIDS Institute, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Data Subcommittee of the New York State End of the Epidemic Task Force.