Topic: Collecting data

What you need to collect for the RSR

  • Client-level data elements
  • Grantee and Provider Reports
  • Getting data from other systems

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Guidelines and Manuals

Webinars and Training

Tools and Job Aids

  • Los Angeles Family AIDS Network
    September 2013

    Consent form used in a Ryan White Part D network's subcontracted clinics, which share the form with their clients to secure content to use their data for reporting purposes. 

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
    October 2012

    Toolbox explains health IT issues that are unique to HIV/AIDS care. Modules include an introduction to Health IT issues unique to HIV/AIDS,
    selecting Health IT tools, financing Health IT, improving quality and efficiency, and security and privacy issues.

  • Iowa Department of Public Health
    September 2011

    Care plan agreement form between a client and case manager on the goals and objectives of care (Who, What, Where, How, When, How Often, Progress/Outcome/Date).

  • Hartford Department of Health and Human Services
    February 2010

    Form for staff to assess care plan needs of clients, every 6 months, in terms of case management, home health, respite, housing, mental health, substance abuse treatment, legal, and financial assistance.

  • HRSA
    January 2009

    Several online training modules (adoption of technology, rural, children) are available to help agencies understand and implement health information technologies, particularly in dealing with issues like electronic medical records and privacy of records.

Reports and Best Practices

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    September 2015

    When you uploadĀ  your client level data report, the data passes through a series of validation checks. This document provides a summary of the RSR validation checks, including detail on what triggers an Error, Warning, or Alert during the data validation process.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    December 2014

    The RSR requires that providers submit client-level data for each client who received a Ryan White-funded service during the reporting period.

  • Data and Reporting TA Team
    October 2014

    Since RSR data are used to present information about the Ryan White Program to Congress, the HIV/AIDS community, and the public, it is crucial that your data reflect the reality of your program as closely as possible.