The 2021 Counting Visits in the Uniform Data System (UDS) took place on September 15, 2021 and addressed what counts as a visit (in-person and virtual/telehealth), how UDS data are interrelated, common questions about reporting visits (including COVID-19 scenarios), and how to report treatment and other services provided to health center patients. The webinar slides are now available. See the 2021 UDS Webinar Series Flyer for the complete webinar schedule.

COVID-19 UDS Reporting Guidance –  For guidance on how COVID-19 may impact your health center’s 2020 UDS report, please refer to the UDS Reporting Category on the Bureau of Primary Health Care’s COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) webpage and the UDS COVID-19 Reporting resource (updated in January 2021).

2021 Telehealth Impact on Clinical Measure Reporting – This resource helps health centers determine how services provided via telehealth should be considered for clinical measure denominators, numerators, and exclusion reporting on Tables 6B and 7.

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This resource is intended to help health centers determine how services provided via telehealth should be considered for clinical measure denominators, numerators, and exclusion reporting on Tables 6B and 7.

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The resource provides guidance on counting virtual visits in the UDS and describes the added column of the UDS Table 5: Staffing and Utilization, added to reflect the growing use of telemedicine.

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Codes changed on the UDS Table 6A: Selected Diagnoses and Services Rendered between the prior reporting period and the current one are reflected.

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