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Urban GPRA/GPRAMA Reporting
OverviewHealth care facilities operated and run by the Urban Indian Health Program are required to report their Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA)/Government Performance and Results Modernization Act (GPRAMA) clinical performance measures to IHS and Congress.
All urban sites must report GPRA/GPRAMA results. Sites using the Resource and Patient Management System (RPMS) must use the Clinical Reporting System (CRS) application for reporting; non-RPMS sites can use electronic or manual reporting methods for reporting, but must use the most recent version of performance measure logic found in the CRS manual. All non-RPMS reports must have a data-supported audit trail that can be verified and validated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
GPRA/GPRAMA includes performance measures for:
The GPRA/GPRAMA reporting year runs from July 1 through June 30. GPRA/GPRAMA reports are due after every quarter except the 1st quarter. Reports are cumulative; each quarterly report contains data from July 1st until the end of the quarter. Specific reporting due dates are established annually, but generally GPRA/GPRAMA reports are due approximately one month after the end of a quarter.
2014 GPRA/GPRAMA ReportingThe deadlines for the 2014 quarterly GPRA reports are shown below. Quarterly reports should be sent to your Area GPRA coordinator by e-mail or FTP (CRS reports only).
Assistance and TrainingUrban facilities needing additional information and/or training may contact Phyllis Wolfe or Sherriann Moore at the Urban Indian Health Program (UIHP) at (301) 443-1044.
Urban facilities using RPMS who need technical assistance should contact Cynthia Perez at (505) 248-4102.
For questions regarding GPRA, contact any member of the National GPRA Support Team.
Wendy Blocker, (916) 930-3981 ext. 308
Christine Brennan, (916) 930-3981 ext. 333
Amy Patterson, (916) 716-6929
Rachel Pulverman, (916) 930-3981 ext. 361
2014 Reporting Instructions