Houston EMA HIV Care Continuum by Sex Assigned at Birth= Male and Race/Ethnicity, 2017

Houston EMA HIV Care Continuum by Sex Assigned at Birth= Male and Race/Ethnicity, 2017

  • Compared to White and multiracial males, all other males living with HIV had lower proportions of met need, retention in care, and viral suppression in 2017.
  • Among females, Other (non-Hispanic) PLWH had the lowest proportion of individuals with evidence of met need and retention in care while Black (non-Hispanic) PLWH had the lowest proportion of individuals with evidence of viral suppression.
  • Among those newly diagnosed with HIV, Hispanic females and White (non-Hispanic) males had the highest proportion linked to care within 1 month of diagnosis.
  • Overall, Other (non-Hispanic) females living with HIV had the lowest proportion of individuals with met need across all birth sex and race/ethnicity groups. However, this group had few individuals and percentages can vary widely with small increases/decreases. White (non-Hispanic) females living with HIV had the next lowest proportion of individuals with met need.
  • Overall, Other (non-Hispanic) females living with HIV had the lowest proportion of individuals retained in care across all birth sex and race/ethnicity groups. However, this group had few individuals and percentages can vary widely with small increases/decreases. Black (non-Hispanic) males living with HIV had the next lowest proportion of individuals retained in care.
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