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User Population/Workload Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Workload Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

User Population Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can you explain how you arrive at the Userpop counts and how the process was determined?
What is the IHS definition of a userpop?
Who decided on the definition?
Where can I get the official Userpop count? What if I disagree with my numbers?
The annual Final User Population Estimates are published by the Office of Public Health Support and distributed, initially, to Area Directors and Statistical and Planning Officers.

Once obtained from the source, the document is releasable to the public.

If you do not agree with your official counts, discuss the matter with your Area Statistical Officer. They can make your concern known to OPHS/DPS.    [Close]

How should I interpret the Userpop reports on the web?
How does the Userpop report on the web relate to the “official Userpop count” issued by HQ?
Why doesn’t it match my local (RPMS Patient Registration) report?
How often are the reports posted to the web?
What if I disagree with my numbers?
Who is excluded?
How are registrants unduplicated?
How important is it where the LAST visit of the 3-year period took place?
What if: One of my registrants is also visiting another area?
What if: One of my residents chooses not to visit my area?
How do you decide who is an Indian?
What constitutes a workload-reportable visit?
What are the Userpop report options?
Can I get a special variation of a Userpop report? How far back?
Why can’t I get a Userpop report by facility?
Why does my Userpop report contain residents of other areas?
Why might counts for any given service unit be low?
How do I suggest a change to the user population process?
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