Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12DATA POINTS: A Health Department Roadmap for Enhancing Data to Care Programs 11 Sample process indicators: 1. Producing the NIC list a. Measure the effectiveness of using various data sources at providing information that ac- tually helped identify people not in care 2. Percent of persons on the NIC list that are: a. Successfully located i. Analyzed by outreach method- phone, letter, text message, face-to-face, provider staff, etc. b. Successfully linked to care c. Successfully retained in care at various time periods after initial appointment d. Successfully had suppressed levels of HIV Sample outcomes indicators: 1. Number of persons successful- ly located 2. Number of persons successful- ly linked into care within three months of diagnosis 3. Number of persons success- fully linked back into care after not being in care 4. Number of persons retained in care 5. Number of persons whose viral levels are suppressed and maintained Health departments should not hesitate to clarify the outcomes that they hope to achieve based on their experiences. They should discuss and document the incremental steps they will need to take to achieve those outcomes. Developing a logic model can help.