In issue #13 of the CT HMIS Newsletter we highlighting the New HPRP Application as well as giving you updates on the Point-in-Time Analysis and CT HMIS RFQ process. In addition, we're letting you know of a new data quality check we'll be offering for your agencies data and an exciting preview of the first page of the new replacement for the DSS w658 report. We'll finish things off with an update to our Length of Stay reports for both entry/exit based programs and service based programs such as shelters.
In November 2010 it was reported that there was a decision made to make both the application and data entry process into HMIS for HPRP programs easier. In keeping with that promise please read up on the NEW and IMPROVED HPRP single application. Read more on this Topic
As part of the process to replace the DSS w658 report, Nutmeg Consulting is pleased to present a quick preview of the new DSS Emergency Shelter Utilization Report. In this post is a 2-page PDF that gives you an idea of how the report looks and functions. Read More for details and a link to the file. Read more on this Topic
To ensure that HMIS is functioning as the reporting tool for all agencies, Nutmeg will be looking at actual client enrollment/discharge data to validate that the number of clients in a program matches the number in HMIS. Read More for details! Read more on this Topic
Nutmeg Consulting has updated several Length of Stay reports with new features and bux fixes. Read the full story for details and a preview of the report. Read more on this Topic
Upcoming Events & Training
The Connecticut HMIS Project offers a variety of trainings to meet your programs specific needs. Below you'll find the next few trainings available. Be sure to View the full list of trainings if you need to find more dates that fit with your schedule.