Tools to walk users through some common functions associated with preparing and submitting the RSR.
- This RSR in Focus provides guidance on the ZIP Code requirement and strategies for creating the report.
- This is a summary of RSR validation checks initiated upon upload of a client level data report. What triggers an Error, Warning, or Alert during the data validation process.
Review of how to access and navigate the contract information stored in the Grantee Contract Management System (GCMS).
Summary of changes that may affect your data management and reporting practices in relation to Policy Clarification Notice (PCN ) #16-02 on Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) client eligibility and program guidance for allowable service categories.
This is information on how to use the Upload Completeness Report (UCR). This becomes available in the Ryan White Services Report (RSR) Web System once client level data is uploaded.
- Annually, Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) funded recipients and providers are required to submit the RWHAP Services Report (RSR). The RSR includes three reports: the Recipient Report, the Provider Report and the Client-Level Data (CLD) Report (i.e., client-level data XML file).
- Providers who deliver direct client services must submit client-level data (CLD) in a specific XML format with their RSR. TRAX is a free tool that you can use to create the RSR XML file if you do not use an RSR-Ready System.
Description of the new Eligible Services reporting requirement.
This is a Fact sheet for providers. Mechanisms provided are used in un-duplicating client level data compiled by the use of an eUCI for each client.
As part of the Ryan White Services Report (RSR), you are required to submit de-identified client-level demographic, service, and clinical data.
Tips for making the most out of your EHR data for RSR reporting.
Concepts and tools to help you check the quality of your RSR data so that accurate information can be compiled to monitor your work and report information to the public and Congress.
Guidelines for creating and encrypting the Unique Client Identifier (eUCI). Encryption of the eUCI must be included in the Ryan White Services Report (RSR) and ADAP Data Report (ADR) client-level data XML files.
This In Focus is for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) funded providers who had an existing account in the RSR Web Application.