Calendar Year 2014 Training
Live training sessions for the Calendar Year 2014 UDS Report have been scheduled. Please view the training schedule to obtain information about registering for a session.
On-Line UDS Trainings
Online webinars for Calendar Year 2014 UDS Report have been scheduled. Please view the webinar training schedule to obtain information for each session. Content and archives from these and other previously recorded sessions can be viewed here Online Trainings and Webinars.
We offer this brief on-line training program for those who are familiar with the UDS but have not been able to attend training or need an overview of the UDS.
Calendar Year 2014 modules are currently under development and will be posted once available. Below are links to CY 2013 modules which can be used to familiarize health centers to the reporting content and should be used with the approved Program Assistance Letter (PAL). The PAL provides information on approved changes to the CY 2014 UDS to be reported by health centers by February 15, 2015.
In order to view the training modules, you will need a web-browser such as Internet Explorer (version 6 or later), Safari (version 3 or later), or Firefox (version 1.x or later). You will also need Flash Player 6.0.79 or later which can be downloaded at the following link: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ (Flash Player 7 or later is recommended).
You will need a computer with a sound card and speakers to hear the audio portion of the training. High speed internet connection is recommended.
If you have any questions while viewing the training or completing the BPHC UDS report please contact the support line at:
Please click on the links below to view the training modules (you can also read the PDF transcripts of the modules):
Bureau of Primary Health Care UDS Trainings
EHB Computer-Based Training
Other computer-based training modules are available to introduce grantees to the electronic submission system. Learn more about these self-paced computer-based training modules.
Quick Fact Sheet
Please view the Quick Fact Sheet which includes valuable information for each of the UDS tables as well as for other topics relating to the UDS report. The Quick Fact Sheet is an at-a-glance resource that has been created to provide information such as key terms relating to UDS tables, highlighted changes from the prior year, use of data, helpful hints for completing UDS tables, and cross table considerations. In addition to information about each of the UDS tables, the fact sheet provides information about reporting methods for the clinical measures, the various support centers that are available to provide assistance with the UDS, as well as general information about the UDS. For ease of use, in addition to providing the entire Quick Fact Sheet, we have divided up the document based on tables and topics. Additionally, there are Quick Fact Sheets available to provide detail about Accessing UDS Data through the EHB (Grantee and PCA guides).
Blank 2014 UDS Tables (Excerpted from the 2014 UDS Reporting Instructions)
BPHC Clinical Measures Data Entry Tool - Updated with Revised Measures! For best performance, please save file to your computer before opening.
UDS mapper can be accessed at the following link: http://www.udsmapper.org/. The UDS Mapper is an online mapping tool designed for users to explore maps and data about the current geographic extent of U.S. federally (Section 330)-funded health centers. This mapping and decision support tool is developed by the AAFP's Robert Graham Center, as part of the HealthLandscape mapping platform, and driven primarily from UDS data analyzed and developed yearly by John Snow, Inc. An introductory presentation is available for new users.
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