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Wednesday, November 28 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
E-17 - Monitoring RSR Data Quality - 101 (CE)

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Ryan White Services Report (RSR) data can allow HRSA/HAB to accurately depict the Ryan White Program, while helping grantees improve their program activities. However, data can only be useful if they are complete and right. HRSA/HAB has developed tools to support grantees in evaluating the quality of their RSR data. The Completeness Report, available after submission, summarizes a grantee’s level of missing data. Validation checks, available at upload, indicate if data are contradictory or illogical. Other tools can help grantees check their data throughout the year. This interactive session provides a snapshot of how RSR data quality continues to improve and highlights some remaining challenges. It also teaches grantees to access and effectively use the tools available to help them evaluate and improve data.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of data quality in evaluating and improving program activities;
    Identify the areas of data quality that need the most improvement;
  • Learn about how to access and use the tools available for evaluating data quality. For example, grantees will understand how to read Completeness Reports and have the opportunity to raise specific questions that they have regarding their own Completeness Reports.


Peggy O'Brien-Strain, Ph.D.

Senior Research Associate, Mission Analytics Group
Dr. O’Brien-Strain is the President and a Senior Research Associate at Mission Analytics Group, Inc. (Mission AG). With extensive experience in data analysis and technical assistance for health and human services agencies, Dr. O’Brien-Strain has directed multiple projects with... Read More →

Wednesday November 28, 2012 3:30pm - 5:00pm EST

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