2016 Uniform Data System Summary: Profile of HCH Grantees
The Uniform Data System (UDS) is a central data repository for standardized health data from health centers funded under the Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. §254b) (330 Health Centers).
This fact sheet will summarize how the UDS data reported in 2016 has been used by the National Health Care for the Homeless Council to provide technical assistance (TA) to 330(h) grantees and lookalikes to establish benchmarks, identify needs and prioritize new programs, demonstrate the value and impact of grantees and the overall HCH program, and provide the ability to deliver tailored and targeted training and technical assistance.
An accompanying webinar that also includes additional information about the functions available through UDS Mapper is available here.
Access the 2016 Uniform Data System Summary by completing the form below. This will help us to better understand how this information is being used and to anticipate future needs.
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