New York State Community Health Indicator Reports - About HIV/AIDS and STDs
Contact the Public Health Information Group, at (518) 474-2543 for information about the indicators produced for this report
|Health Indicator||Description and Definition||Data Source and Program Contact Information|
|Crude and age-adjusted HIV case rate per 100,000 **||Information on HIV cases is collected by the NYS AIDS Case Surveillance Registry. The HIV case rate includes all newly diagnosed HIV cases, regardless of concurrent or subsequent AIDS diagnosis. HIV case rates are presented as rates per 100,000 population. Data are based on year of diagnosis and exclude prison inmates.||New York State AIDS Case Surveillance Registry, Bureau of HIV/AIDS Epidemiology
Contact: Julia Maslak
Phone: (518) 474-4284
|Crude and age-adjusted AIDS case rate per 100,000 **||Information on AIDS cases comes from the NYS AIDS Case Surveillance Registry. AIDS case rates are presented as rates per 100,000 population. Data are based on year of diagnosis and exclude prison inmates.||New York State AIDS Case Surveillance Registry, Bureau of HIV/AIDS Epidemiology
Contact: Julia Maslak
Phone: (518) 474-4284
|Crude and age-adjusted AIDS mortality rate per 100,000 **||The number of deaths due to AIDS per 100,000 population. The ICD-10 codes for AIDS are: B20-B24.||Vital Statistics Unit a , Bureau of Outcomes Research, Office of Quality and Patient Safety
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (518) 486-9012
|Early syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia rate by age and gender||Early syphilis includes any of the first three stages of syphilis (primary, secondary or early latent of less than 1 year duration). Rates for early syphilis are rates per 100,000 population.
Gonorrhea and chlamydia rates are the number of cases in a particular age group and gender per 100,000 population in that particular age and gender.
|Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance System, Bureau of STD Prevention and Epidemiology
Contact: Bureau of STD Prevention and Epidemiology,
Phone: (518) 474-3598
|Percentage of sexually active young women aged 16-24 with at least one Chlamydia test in Medicaid program||Percentage of sexually active young women aged 16-24 who had at least one test for Chlamydia during the measurement year in Medicaid managed care program.||NYSDOH Office of Quality and Patient Safety
Contact: Office of Quality and Patient Safety, Phone (518) 486-9012
|Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) hospitalization rate per 10,000 Women 15-44 years||The number of hospitalizations among women aged 15-44 with a primary diagnosis of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) per 10,000 women aged 15-44 years. The ICD-9 codes for PID are: 098.10, 098.16, 098.17, 098.30, 098.36-098.37, 098.39, 098.86, 614.0-614.5,614.7- 614.9, 615.0, 615.4, 615.9.||Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System (SPARCS) b
Bureau of Health Informatics,
Office of Quality and Patient Safety
Phone: (518) 473-8144
- a Vital Records (Vital Statistics):
- Vital Event Registration:
New York State consists of two registration areas, New York City and New York State Exclusive of New York City (also referred as Rest of State). New York City (NYC) includes the five counties of Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), New York (Manhattan), Queens and Richmond (Staten Island); the remaining 57 counties comprise New York State Exclusive of New York City. The Bureau of Vital Records, New York State Department of Health, processes data from live birth, death, fetal death and marriage certificates recorded in New York State Exclusive of New York City. Through a cooperative agreement, the New York State Department of Health receives data on live births, deaths, and fetal deaths recorded in New York City from the New York City Department of Health and on live births and deaths recorded outside of New York State to residents of New York State from other states and Canada.
- b Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System (SPARCS):
- Information about hospitalizations is collected through the hospital inpatient discharge data system. Each hospitalization receives an ICD-9 code at discharge that indicates the primary reason for the hospitalization. There are also up to 14 other diagnosis codes recorded to further describe the hospitalization. Statistics presented in these tables are based on the primary diagnosis unless otherwise noted. This data system does not include information about events that did not result in a hospitalization, such as cases that were only treated in a hospital emergency room. Numbers and rates are based on the number of hospitalizations that occurred and not the number of individuals who were hospitalized.
** The standard population used for age adjustment was the 2000 U.S. population.