Visits, Clinical, and Staffing Resources

Resources are available to assist health centers with the successful completion of the UDS visits, staffing, and clinical tables.

Visits and Staffing

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This resource provides responses to common questions regarding UDS reporting of outreach and enrollment (O/E) assists.

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Addresses 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. Audience: Beginner

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The fact sheet provides information such as key terms relating to staffing and utilization, highlights changes from the prior year, informs of the use of UDS data, provides helpful hints for completing this UDS table and addendum, and emphasizes the importance of cross-table relationships and considerations.

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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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The resource provides guidance on reporting of the UDS Table 5: Selected Service Detail Addendum, added to delineate the range of health care providers addressing mental health and substance use disorder treatment.

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The resource provides an overview of how and when to report nursing visits on the UDS. It includes examples of types of visits that may count and types of activities that nurses may perform that do not count on the UDS Report.

Clinical

This resource was developed to support accurate clinical measure reporting on Tables 6B and 7 for the 2021 UDS report. It is recommended to assist health centers report the clinical measure numerators and denominators as the measure stewards intended. The measures and supporting materials presented reflect the structure and language of the measure stewards.

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One hour of Q+A for specific questions related to COVID-19 reporting and the 2020 UDS. The webinar recording and slides are now available.

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You will learn: Reporting requirements for measures related to disease management across the 2020 UDS clinical tables including depression remission, HIV linkage to care, hypertension, diabetes, statin therapy, and ischemic vascular disease. The webinar  will also cover reporting strategies, opportunities for quality improvement, impact of COVID-19, and overview of relevant HRSA initiatives. The webinar recording and slides are now available.

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You will learn: Reporting requirements for measures related directly to maternal care and children’s health across the clinical tables including early entry into prenatal care, deliveries and birth weight, childhood immunizations, dental sealants, and weight assessment and counseling for children and adolescents. In addition, you will learn about reporting strategies, opportunities for quality improvement, and the impact of COVID-19 on maternal care and children’s-related measures. The webinar recording and slides will be posted to BPHC’s UDS Resources page when available.

 Audiences: Beginner (1st section); Advanced (2nd section)

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Covers 2021 reporting requirements for screening and preventive clinical quality measures across the UDS clinical tables, including tobacco cessation and screenings for colorectal cancer, breast cancer, cervical cancer, depression, adult BMI screening and follow-up, and HIV screening measures. The webinar slides are now available.

Audiences: Beginner (1st section); Advanced (2nd section)

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This resource provides guidance on COVID-19 considerations for UDS reporting, including visits and patients, staffing, COVID-19 tests and diagnoses, clinical quality reporting, and revenue. Resource was last updated in January 2021.

 

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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 fact sheets provide information such as key terms relating to the UDS clinical tables, highlight changes from the prior year, inform of the use of UDS data, provide helpful hints for completing UDS tables, and emphasize the importance of cross-table relationships and considerations.

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The fact sheets provide information such as key terms relating to the UDS clinical tables, highlight changes from the prior year, inform of the use of UDS data, provide helpful hints for completing UDS tables, and emphasize the importance of cross-table relationships and considerations.

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The fact sheets provide information such as key terms relating to the UDS clinical tables, highlight changes from the prior year, inform of the use of UDS data, provide helpful hints for completing UDS tables, and emphasize the importance of cross-table relationships and considerations.

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