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Topic: ADAP Data Report (ADR)

The ADAP Data Report (ADR) is a reporting requirement for ADAPs to provide client-level data on individuals served, services being delivered, and costs associated with these services. The ADR replaces the AQR (ADAP Quarterly Report). See the HRSA HAB Website for additional information. Visit the ADR Forum to share your experiences and learn from your peers.

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  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    June 2015

    Information on the data validations for each data element, including the types of notifications you could receive in the data upload process, a description of the notifications, HAB’s approval status of the validation notification, and the rationale for it.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    April 2015

    In the ADR, ADAPs are required to report antiretroviral, hepatitis B and C, and A1-OI medications for which they paid in full. This Excel spreadsheet contains the D-codes and drug names of these medications.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    March 2015

    TRAX (formally known as Rx-REX) helps ADAPs create the ADR client-level data file.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    February 2015

    Explanation of how ADAPs can access the Check Your XML feature in the ADR, via the Electronic Handbooks (EHB), to check client-level data quality prior to submission.

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
    December 2014

    This user guide explains how the eUCI is constructed, how to generate it using the eUCI application if using a data system that does not generate it automatically, and steps for developers who want to generate eUCIs within their data systems. Systems that generate eUCIs automatically are listed.

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
    December 2014

    This download package includes the eUCI Application and User Guide, the ADR Client Data Dictionary, and the ADR Client XML Schema Definition Files.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    August 2014

    When grantees submit more than one client level data file in their ADR reporting, the files are merged in the Electronic Handbooks (EHB) system.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team (DART)
    July 2013

    Description of tools available for ADAPs to report client medications, including how to get the d-codes you need.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    April 2013

    Request form for custom reports from the Multum Drug Database.

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
    February 2013

    The ADR client xml schema definition files are available as part of the ADR download package on the HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau website.

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