High quality Ryan White Services Report (RSR) data are essential for demonstrating the impact of your important work.
HAB’s data quality goal for the 2014 RSR was to have at least 90% known values – that is valid data excluding missing values – for seven client-level data elements: enrollment status, health insurance status, housing status,federal poverty level, CD4 count, viral load, and prescribed ART. These data elements are required to both establish Ryan White eligibility and demonstrate critical HIV health outcomes.
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Webinars and Training
National Center for Innovation in HIV CareDecember 2015
This webinar highlights the EHR decisions made by three organizations that have evolved to provide medical care to HIV patients in addition to their traditional social services.
Data and Reporting TA TeamSeptember 2014
This series of brief videos covers many of the fundamental concepts behind the Ryan White Services Report (RSR) for new and experienced grantees.
Data and Reporting TA TeamMarch 2014
Webcasts on reviewing Ryan White Services Report (RSR) data before, during, and after upload.
Data and Reporting TA TeamFebruary 2014
This session describes tools available to Grantees to help them review RSR data quality prior to Client-Level Data upload.
Reports and Best Practices
Data and Reporting TA TeamFebruary 2016
These charts show improvements in completeness of data reported by Ryan White ADAP grantees from 2012 to 2014. ADAPs are submitting more complete demographic data over time.
Data and Reporting TA TeamJuly 2015
These charts show improvements in completeness of data reported by Ryan White grantees from 2010 to 2014, measured by known rates for client demographics and clinical information.
Data and Reporting TA TeamOctober 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.