Audience: Health care providers, facility and program administrators, medical records personnel, planners and epidemiologists, and information systems personnel. Length: 3 days. Hours: 8:30 - 4:30 daily. Objectives: Students will be able to formulate and execute ad hoc searches of the PCC database to produce lists of patients with various medical conditions and patients with important service needs such as immunizations, pap smears, health education, and specialty care. Students will learn to produce age distributions, custom letters, and mailing labels for patients selected in ad hoc searches. Students will learn to select and execute reports for facility and program management, quality assurance, workload statistics, and community epidemiology. In addition, students will learn to capture or store files of PCC data and export those files to Excel. Teaching Method: The course consists of two sections: QMan, the PCC Ad Hoc Query tool and PCC Management Reports with a focus on using VGEN for ad hoc reporting and exporting data to PC based programs such as Excel. Each section consists of lecture with overheads, demonstration of the tool, and hands-on exercises utilizing individual computer terminals for each student and a simulated patient database.