Reporting Training & TA
The HCCN works closely with Azara Healthcare, a leading provider of data driven reporting and analytics for the Community Health marketplace, to continuously develop an advanced reporting tool known as the Data Reporting and Visualization System (DRVS). Apart from directing DRVS utilization for reporting, the HCCN offers preparatory training and targeted assistance for federal regulatory compliance such as Meaningful Use and the Uniform Data System (UDS). Click here for more information about Azara healthcare.
DRVS Reporting Tool
- What is DRVS? DRVS is a centralized data reporting and analytics solution for community health centers and primary care associations and is used to facilitate care transformation, drive quality improvement, aid in cost reduction and simplify mandated reporting (azarahealthcare.com). The DRVS system extracts data from aligned EHRs nightly, storing it within a central repository where centers can produce a variety of quality reports on key performance indicators. DRVS was originally developed in 2009 by the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers in partnership with Azara Healthcare.
- Meaningful Use and UDS: DRVS compiles aggregate clinical data into templated reports based on common federal regulatory compliances such as Meaningful Use and UDS reporting. Outside of DRVS, the HCCN provides opportunities for focused trainings and assistance with federally regulated data reporting.