Every Blank Matters
Every Blank Matters is a campaign promoting statewide compliance of data submission regarding the National HIV Prevention Program Monitoring and Evaluation (NHM&E) standards set by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The launch of the campaign will be on January 1, 2017.
The goal of the campaign is to educate collaborative providers on the importance of reporting timely data (qualitative, quantitative, and aggregate) to the ADPH HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Division. Other goals include promoting 100% compliance with CDC’s Data Quality Assurance Report for HIV testing data, and improving collaborative provider compliance to the HADIS and data quality submission reporting to the CDC by September 30, 2018.
Your Data. Your Story!
Funding and policy decisions are based on the timely and accurate reporting of data to the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Division. Read more.
To submit HIV/AIDS data to the HADIS, you will need to create an account via the ADPH Security Portal System. Read How to Create an Account. For technical assistance, contact the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Data Branch at 334-206-5364.
To request individual and/or agency HADIS training, contact the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Data Branch at 334-206-5364.
Did You Know?
The law in Alabama requires that all physicians, dentists, nurses, medical examiners, hospital administrators, nursing home administrators, lab directors, school principals, and day care directors are responsible for reporting Notifiable Diseases in Alabama. To learn more about REPORT, visit Infectious Diseases and Outbreaks.
Data Branch Staff
Page last updated: June 4, 2019