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 12 Resources Acknowledgements Through support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Capacity Building Assis- tance Branch, grant number U65PS004390, this digibook was developed collaboratively by NASTAD staff, its consultants and several member juris- dictions. Special thanks to contributing authors Murray Penner,JeNeen Anderson, Erin Bascom, Barry Callis (Massachusetts), Maria Chaidez (Colorado), Natalie Cramer, Monetha Gaskin (South Carolina), Eve Mokotoff (consultant),Anne Rhodes (Virginia),Ariel VanZandt (Washington) and Isaiah Webster III. DatatoCareOutlineforCommunityEngage- mentPlan ConsiderationsforDevelopingDataSharing AgreementsforDatatoCareProgramsWebinar EngagingProvidersinDatatoCare PotentialDataSourcestoUseWhenInvestigat- ingtheNotinCareList PotentialDatabaseFieldstoUseinTracking InvestigationoftheNotinCareList PrioritizingtheNotinCareList forFollow-Up SketchingYourDatatoCareProgramUsinga Flowchart DefinitionsofNotinCareUsedbyHealth Departments BootsontheGround:Follow-upandOutreach oftheNotinCareList CreatingIntegratedHealthDepartmentData SystemstoSupportDatatoCareActivities NASTAD’sOnlineTechnical AssistancePlatform (OnTAP) CDC’s Data Security and Confidentiality Guidelines for HIV,Viral Hepatitis, Sexu- ally Transmitted Disease and Tuberculosis Program Shifting the Paradigm: Using HIV Surveil- lance Data as a Foundation for Improving HIV Care and Preventing HIV Infection. Optimizing the Use of Surveillance Data for Monitoring the Care Status of Persons Recently Diagnosed with HIV in NYC Request CBA