2022 UDS Trends Data Brief (PDF - 345 KB)
Find information on data and reporting resources for Health Center Program awardees and look-alikes.
Uniform Data System (UDS) data
Program awardees and look-alikes must report on a core set of measures in the UDS each calendar year. The UDS defines each measure. We use this data to assess the Health Center Program. We look at its impact and how it’s performing, and how we can improve quality.
Review data profiles and special populations funded programs. Get a snapshot of patient characteristics and compare data between states or territories or to the national average.
View expanded summaries of UDS tables and five-year national summaries of select UDS data measures aggregated by Health Center Program awardees.
Explore expanded summaries of UDS tables and five-year national summaries of select UDS data measures aggregated by Health Center Program look-alikes.
The adjusted quartile ranking assesses health centers’ performance in clinical quality measures (CQMs) compared to other health centers with similar patient demographics and organizational characteristics.
The Community Health Quality Recognition (CHQR) badges recognize Health Center Program awardees and look-alikes that have made notable quality improvement achievements.
Access resources to assist with annual UDS reporting.
An overview of efforts to reduce UDS reporting burden, improve data quality, and better measure Health Center Program services and outcomes, including through UDS Patient-Level Submission (UDS+).
Common questions and corresponding answers about the UDS Modernization Initiative and UDS+.
Health Center Patient Survey (HCPS)
Explore the Health Center Patient Survey (HCPS) data to gain insight into patients’ experience with the care and services they receive at HRSA-funded health centers.
Visit the Health Center Research and Evaluation page to learn how HRSA examines new ways to support the Health Center Program in providing high-quality and cost-effective care to medically underserved communities.
Search peer-reviewed articles about health care access, quality, cost, and equity.