The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services Report (RSR) is the HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau's client-level data reporting system. All funded grantees and providers must submit an RSR data report each year, via the online system. See this year's submission timeline. Problems with browser compatibility?
Summary of changes to the Ryan White Services Report (RSR), which will apply to 2014 RSR reporting due Monday March 30th, 2015. These changes do not apply to the 2013 RSR, due Monday March 31st, 2014. See also Qs/As, below.
Set of manuals, schema files, webcasts and other resources on the XML file (Extensible Markup Language), which is a widely used structured query language that is used primarily to define custom data structures that can
Are you new to the Ryan White Program and the RSR? Are you an experienced submitter with data quality issues? Are you an IT staff member responsible for creating the RSR client-level data file? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this technical assistance resource is for you! This document contains links to many technical assistance resources already posted on the TARGET Center website, organized by your level of expertise.
The purpose of this webcast was to get feedback from grantees on challenges or issues experienced during the RSR submission process. Technical Assistance contractors were on-hand to address questions and concerns.
This session provides step-by-step instructions for completing the RSR Grantee and Provider Reports, including the client-level data XML file upload. Grantees will also obtain an understanding of the RSR workflow process.
This session offers a review of the common mistakes users make when completing RSR Grantee, Provider, and Client Reports. It will focus on general expectations, including the proper reporting of funded services.
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. This factsheet will give you strategies to make your data more accurate and us
Fiscal intermediaries act on behalf of grantees of record to distribute funding to and help manage second-level providers. This factsheet explains the reporting responsibilities of grantees who use fiscal intermediaries.
The RSR reports only Ryan White funded services. The client may have received a service that was only partially funded by Ryan White dollars, but even a partially funded Ryan White service counts as a Ryan White funded service.