Care Outcomes Among Black or African American Persons with Diagnosed HIV in Rural, Urban, and Metropolitan Statistical Areas — 42 U.S. Jurisdictions, 2018
Examines HIV care outcomes among Black people with diagnosed HIV infection living in rural (less than 50,000 population), urban (50,000–499,999 population), and metropolitan (500,000 population or more) areas. Provides rural/urban/metropolitan data by age group, gender, and transmission category addressing: stage of diagnosis, linkage to care within one month of diagnosis, and viral suppression within 6 months of diagnosis.
Shacara Johnson Lyons, André F. Dailey, Chenchen Yu, Anna Satcher Johnson
MMWR (Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report), 70(7), 229-235
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Access · Black or African American · HIV and AIDS · Health disparities · Healthcare quality · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data