ADR Data Completeness Rates, 2012-2016

ADR Data Completeness Rates, 2012-2016

October 10, 2017
Data and Reporting TA Team

These charts show improvements in completeness of data reported by Ryan White ADAP grantees from 2012 to 2016. 

Chart 1: Completeness Rates for Demographic Data Elements

ADAPs are submitting more complete demographic data over time. Notably, Health Insurance Status improved by 16 percentage points from 2012 to 2016. The completeness rates for Ethnicity dropped by 3 percentage points in 2016.

chart shows annual known rates for ethnicity, race, poverty level, HIV/AIDS status, and health insurance.

Chart 2: Completeness Rates for ADAP Insurance Services

ADAPs continue to report complete data for insurance assistance. They reported whether clients had insurance assistance or not and the amounts of premiums or co-pays/deductibles paid for all required clients in 2016.

Known rates for ADAP-funded insurance and amount of insurance assistance for 2012 through 2016.

Amount of Insurance Assistance for 2015 and 2016 includes the following data elements: Insurance Assistance Type, Insurance Deductible and Copay Amount, Insurance Premium Month Count, and Insurance Premium Month Amount.

Chart 3: Completeness Rates for ADAP Medication Assistance

For clients with medication assistance, ADAPs also continue to report complete data on the medications dispensed, dispense date, days supplied and amounts paid.

compares known rates for years 2012 through 2016

Chart 4: Improvements in Completeness Rates for Clinical Data

While ADAPs struggled the most with clinical information, they are now submitting these important data for a little over 90% of required clients. From 2012 to 2016, the completeness rate of viral load – a critical data element for HAB and ADAPs to evaluate program performance and improve quality of care – increased by 19 percentage points.

five-year data for CD4 cell count date and value, and viral load count date and value