Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. C. Program Data Collection and Use

02/01/2014

We are interested in better understanding the process for data sharing and use.

  1. As part of your partnership River Region Human Services are there systematic efforts to share data and/or track common indicators and outcomes?

    FOLLOW UP:

    • What kinds of data are shared and how frequently?
    • How regularly do program staff members communicate about data issues and/or findings?
    • Do these efforts require ongoing cooperation? For what purpose [PROBES: to prevent duplication efforts and ensure data quality among agencies]?
    • In your efforts to share data with River Region Human Services, have you developed shared goals and/or protocols?
    • To facilitate data partnerships, have you made changes in the way the program collects, uses, and shares data?

    Now, I would like to talk about the ways that the Part A program/City of Jacksonville makes use of client-level program data.

  2. How does the Part A program/the City of Jacksonville use client-level demographic, service use, and/or outcome data in service planning, program monitoring, evaluation, or quality improvement? Please explain and provide examples.

    INDICATOR PROBES:

    • Client Characteristics. Age, gender, race/ethnicity, other demographics, chronic homelessness, prior living situations.
    • Client Service Needs. Basic income needs, housing, employment, food, mental health, substance use, access to insurance and to a primary care provider.
    • Housing Service Utilization and Outcomes.  Avoidance of homelessness, use of transitional housing, housing stability and permanency.
    • HIV Medical Care Utilization and Outcomes. Health insurance status, designated primary care provider, ongoing engagement in care, ART medication adherence, suppression of viral load.

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