The following key changes have been made to the reporting requirements from the 2009 UDS Reporting Manual. Please review the changes listed here or download the full manual.
2009 Reporting Manual (653 KB, PDF format)
Current Reporting Changes
Beginning with the CY 2009 UDS report submitted March 31, 2010, the following changes will be implemented. While most involve reporting on data that grantees are already collecting, grantees should check their information systems against this list to ensure that they will be able to report the required data in 2009.
|Table 3B: Patients by Race, Ethnicity, Language||The table is reformatted and lines are renumbered. The number of patients by race is listed on the left hand side of the table, and the Hispanic/Non-Hispanic breakdowns are shown in columns on the right hand side of the table. Unreported/refused to report and total patients line and columns are also shown. The number of patients best served in a language other than English is not changed.|
|Table 6A: Selected Diagnoses and Services Rendered||Five new services have been added: Lines 24a, seasonal flu vaccine and Line 24b H1N1; Line 26a childhood lead test screening (9 to 72 months of age), Line 26b Screening, Brief intervention and Referral to Treatment for Substance Abuse (SBIRT); and line 26c smoke and tobacco use cessation counseling. Added two new diagnoses, line 14a, overweight and obesity and Line 19a tobacco use disorder.|
|Table 6B: Quality of Care Indicators||In order to align with the revised National Quality Forum measure, the numerator and denominator for the Pap test measure are changed from female patients age 21 to 64 years old to female patients age 24 to 64 years old. The look back period—during the measurement year or two years prior—is not changed. Section D, line 11 is changed to read: Number of women 21-64 years of age who received one or more Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer. (Technical note: Women age 21 to 64 years old is correct because the look back period for 24 year olds captures women that were 21 years old when they received Pap tests 2 years prior.) Column a is changed to: total number of female patients 24 to 64 years of age.|
|Table 7: Health Outcomes and Disparities|
There are two changes to this table:
1. adult age ranges are specified for the blood pressure control and diabetes measures; and
|Table 9D: Patient Related Revenue||UDS reporting now includes lines 7, 8a, 8b and 9, columns c1 and c2. This change is made to comply with Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) requirements for managed care.|
|Table 9E: Other Revenue||Lines 1h and 1i (ISDI and SIMIS) have been deleted. Lines 4 and 4a (NAP, IDS, CIP, and FIP) have been added.|
|Appendix A: Listing of Personnel||The lines shown for categories of mental health and substance abuse providers are changed to coincide with the line numbers in Table 5, Staffing and Utilization.|