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San Francisco 90-90-90 Targets (2016) PLHIV: 16,000

94%

79%

94%

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

San Francisco HIV Care Continuum (2016) PLHIV: 16,000

94%

76%

74%

70%

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

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16,000

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

15,085

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

12,200

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

11,900

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

11,200

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

15,952

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2017

14,431

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2017

244

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2017

221

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2017

San Francisco Department of Public Health HIV Epidemiology Annual Report

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Methodology

To estimate the number of people living with HIV (PLHIV) including those aware and unaware we applied the estimated 94% of PLHIV who are aware of HIV infection, derived from the CDC CD4-based model, to those diagnosed. The number of persons living with HIV diagnosis (n=15085) includes San Francisco residents at time of diagnosis who were living with HIV at the end of 2016 and diagnosed as of 12/31/2015.

The percentages of PLHIV who received care (had at least one CD4, viral load or genotype test), were on ART (from medical record review), and were virally suppressed (viral load < 200 copies/ml) in 2016 were derived from PLHIV who were last known to reside in SF as of 12/31/2016. The percentages receiving care (81%), on ART (79%) and virally suppressed (74%) were applied to the diagnosed PLHIV in SF to estimate (and round to the nearest 100) the number of these indicators among those diagnosed.

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Methodology

To estimate the number of people living with HIV (PLHIV) including those aware and unaware we applied the estimated 94% of PLHIV who are aware of HIV infection, derived from the CDC CD4-based model, to those diagnosed. The number of persons living with HIV diagnosis (n=15085) includes San Francisco residents at time of diagnosis who were living with HIV at the end of 2016 and diagnosed as of 12/31/2015.

The percentages of PLHIV who received care (had at least one CD4, viral load or genotype test), were on ART (from medical record review), and were virally suppressed (viral load < 200 copies/ml) in 2016 were derived from PLHIV who were last known to reside in SF as of 12/31/2016. The percentages receiving care (81%), on ART (79%) and virally suppressed (74%) were applied to the diagnosed PLHIV in SF to estimate (and round to the nearest 100) the number of these indicators among those diagnosed.

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Methodology

The date of initial HIV diagnosis for newly diagnosed cases takes into account a number of dates and is determined based on the earliest of any of the following: positive HIV antibody test, positive HIV antigen/ antibody combination test, detectable viral load test, physician-documented diagnosis in absence of sufficient laboratory evidence, or patient self-report of a positive HIV test. Reporting of deaths among persons diagnosed with HIV is complete through 2017.