The Center for Health Analytics, Research and Transformation at NJHA uses data, analytics and informatics to better understand our state’s most pressing health challenges. CHART’s goal is to provide information-based insights that engage groups statewide in collective action to improve the health of New Jerseyans.

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HIV in New Jersey: The New Chronic Condition

FEBRUARY 2020 | Summary: More than 37,000 N.J. residents are living with HIV and effectively managing the virus to prevent progression to AIDS. That’s testament to the medical advances that have increased survivability. However, that’s only part of the story. Despite awareness and prevention efforts, New Jersey ranks 13th highest in the nation for new HIV cases, with more than 1,100 N.J. residents infected annually. This white paper examines the populations most vulnerable to new HIV infections to help target interventions and resources.