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Completeness

HAB’s RSR data quality goal is for all providers to have at least 90% known values – that is valid data excluding missing or unknown values – for five client-level data elements: health insurance status, housing status, federal poverty level, 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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Guidelines and Manuals

Webinars and Training

  • Data Integration, Systems and Quality (DISQ) Team
    December 2019

    Introduction to TRAX and a review of the process of how to use this modified tool for creating the RSR client-level XML data file.

  • Data Integration, Systems and Quality (DISQ) Team
    September 2014

    This series of videos covers the fundamental concepts behind the Ryan White Services Report (RSR) for new and experienced grantees.

Tools and Job Aids

  • Data Integration, Systems and Quality (DISQ) Team
    February 2020

    The RSR Provider Roles and Responsibilities document details the timeline. Activities and key steps that providers need to take to prepare and submit the RSR Provider Report. TargetHIV training and TA resource links are provided for each activity.

  • Data Integration, Systems and Quality (DISQ) Team
    February 2020

    This is the RSR Recipient Roles and Responsibilities document. It details the timeline, activities and key steps that recipients need to take to prepare and submit the RSR Report. TargetHIV training and TA resource links are provided for each activity.

Reports and Best Practices

  • Data Integration, Systems and Quality (DISQ) Team
    August 2019

    These charts show improvements in completeness of data reported by Ryan White grantees from 2010 to 2018, measured by known rates for client demographics and clinical information.