Ohio HIV/AIDS Integrated Epidemiologic Profile (2022)
The HIV/AIDS Integrated Epidemiologic Profile for Ohio provides a detailed description of HIV/AIDS in Ohio from public health programs funded to provide prevention, care services and surveillance. It is primarily based upon data collected and analyzed as part of HIV case surveillance activities conducted by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), but also includes secondary sources of data collected and analyzed by other ODH programs, including the Ryan White Part B HIV Care Services Program. This profile can help inform HIV prevention and care planning initiatives at the state level, by prevention planning region, and care service areas. This report describes Ohio’s general population characteristics, persons with diagnosed HIV infections in Ohio, persons at risk for HIV infection in Ohio, as well as care service utilization patterns among HIV-infected persons in Ohio. The data presented in this report are used to support and help guide HIV prevention and care service efforts, support funding requests for HIV prevention and care service programs in Ohio, and evaluate associated HIV program(s) and related policies in Ohio.