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2017 Clinical Chart Review Report Now Available!

Now available – the latest clinical chart review report! Client charts were reviewed at all Outpatient Ambulatory Health Services subrecipients funded by Ryan White Part A in 2017. The purpose of this study was to examine the extent to which Ryan White Part A funded agencies are providing care that meets quality of care guidelines. Eighteen quality indicators were assessed. The Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA) goal was met or exceeded for 7 measures and 3 opportunities for improvement were identified

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Fulton County  Joins Fast-Track Cities Initiative  to Reduce New HIV Infections
Fulton County Joins Fast-Track Cities Initiative
QUOTE FROM SIR ELTON JOHN: “I love Atlanta. I’ve had a home there for many years.  Visiting the Ponce Center last November and hearing stories of young gay men dying of AIDS before accessing treatment broke my heart. I am thrilled that Fulton County and the City of Atlanta have stated their commitment to the Fast Track Cities Initiative at the AIDSfree Cities Global Forum, Co-hosted by my foundation. I applaud their leadership.”

ATLANTA –  On the occasion of the AIDSfree Cities: Global Forum in London, hosted by the Elton John AIDS Foundation, the U.K. Department of Health and Social Care and Department for International Development, today the Chairman of the Fulton County, Georgia Board of Commissioners, Robb Pitts, signed the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities Ending the AIDS Epidemic, joining the city of Atlanta in a joint effort to reduce the rate of new HIV infections in the capital and eliminate discrimination and stigma associated with the disease.

By joining the Fast-Track Cities, Fulton County and the City of Atlanta also demonstrate the importance of working together in addressing an epidemic that recognizes no political boundaries. This partnership is critical to providing a comprehensive and coordinated effort to reducing the impact of HIV in Atlanta since health care services are provided by the Fulton County Board of Health and housing services are provided by the city.

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Atlanta EMA HIV Care Continuum

The HIV Care Continuum is a model which shows the stages of medical care that people living with HIV go through from the time they find out they have the disease to receiving optimal treatment including antiretroviral therapy (ART) and viral suppression. Here is the Ryan White Care Continuum using 2018 data.