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Outcomes Reporting in CYBER. Training Purpose. To review the new Outcomes Reporting functionality within CYBER. What is Outcomes Management Reporting?.

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Training purpose
Training Purpose

To review the new Outcomes Reporting functionality within CYBER.

What is outcomes management reporting
What is Outcomes Management Reporting?

A reporting system that gives treatment providers (CME and OOH providers) who complete Assessments (Needs, Needs with BPS, Crisis, and Strength and Needs) the ability to track an individual child’s progress, as well as clinical outcomes, over a period of time.


  • Outcomes Reports will include assessment data for a youth, up until the date selected, showing the progress made over time.

    • Will include up to 18 assessments (of the same type, starting with present day and going back to September 2002).

    • Reports are updated with current assessment data immediately after the assessment is submitted.

  • Outcomes Reports will assist in treatment planning and in determining the appropriate intensity of service that best suits the youth’s needs.

Four assessments
Four Assessments

  • Outcomes reporting is available for four assessments:

    • Strength and Needs

    • Crisis Assessment Tool

    • Needs Assessment

    • Needs Assessment with BioPsychoSocial

Outcomes reporting in cyber

Search for a youth in order to access their Assessments using the Your Caseload button (1), the Quick Search (2), or the Youth/Child Search (3).




Outcomes reporting in cyber

Go to the youth’s Treatment Plans and Assessments screen. using the Your Caseload button (1), the Quick Search (2), or the Youth/Child Search (3).

Outcomes reporting in cyber

Select an Assessment to generate the report by clicking on it once in the grid.

Report will include data points for past Assessments, including the Assessment selected, for up to 18 assessments (going back from September 2002 to present day); all other information will be specific to the selected assessment.

Click on the “Get Outcome Report” button.

Report will open on the view report tab
Report will open on the View Report tab it once in the grid.

Report is printable from this screen, and can also be exported to four formats – PDF, Excel, TIFF file, Rich Text Format.

Each report will include
Each report will include: it once in the grid.

  • Demographic information for the youth from the Demographics accordion of the selected assessment.

    • Including the Name of Assessor, Assessor Agency, contact information, and current Case Management Entity.

  • Graphical displays of assessment data (including a totals graph which will plot the total score of up to 18 assessments, including the one selected, and individual graphs for each domain of the assessment).

  • Areas rated a 2 (needing action) or a 3 (needing immediate action) will be listed individually as Alert Items.

  • All comments included in the selected assessment.

Points to remember
Points to Remember it once in the grid.

  • Data will be plotted on each graph using the following dates as guidelines:

    • The Assessment Date will be used if entered.

    • The Assessment Completion Date will be used if the Assessment Date is missing.

    • The Submit to CSA Date will be used if both the Assessment Date and Assessment Completion Date are missing.

Points to remember1
Points to Remember it once in the grid.

  • Each domain of the assessment will be scored using the following calculation:

    • Total score of the domain/number of areas in the domain x 10

    • For example;

      • A youth receives a total score of 14 in Life Domain Functioning. 14 divided by 13 (total number of areas in the domain) equals 1.1 (rounded up). 1.1 times 10 equals 11. 11 is the score that will be plotted on the grid for this domain in this assessment.

Points to remember2
Points to Remember it once in the grid.

  • If an assessment is selected that was submitted to the CSA prior to September 2009, the historical data will include areas that were rated as a 2 or 3 in the Alert Items section of the report; comments in each domain will not be included.

Sample report
Sample Report it once in the grid.

Every report will include a hipaa statement
Every report will include a HIPAA Statement it once in the grid.

HIPAA and PHI Disclosure

As a CYBER User I understand that my work will involve access to Protected Health Information (PHI) as defined by HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) for the purpose of providing or arranging treatment, payment or other health care operations. I also acknowledge that I am engaged by a covered entity. I further acknowledge my responsibility to protect the privacy of and to guard against inappropriate use or disclosure this PHI by logging in as a CYBER User. This is in compliance with "The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 and its implementation regulations. For more information on HIPAA please go to http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/ "

Demographics it once in the grid.

Demographic information populates from the Demographic module of the selected assessment.

Alert items
Alert Items it once in the grid.

Overview of items rated either a 2 (Areas Needing Action) or a 3 (Areas Needing Immediate Action), separated by Domain, for the selected assessment.

Sample totals graph
Sample Totals Graph it once in the grid.

The Total Scores graph will plot the total combined score of all domains for up to 18 assessments of the same type as the one selected by the user.

Each provider type will be indicated with a different color on the graph, as identified in the legend, and will appear in the informational table below the graph with the provider’s name as it appears in CYBER.

Points to remember3
Points to Remember it once in the grid.

  • Provider Type – “UNK” – Unknown Provider Type

    • Caused by historical data that did not fully mapinto CYBER or a site-level provider that doesn’t have an abbreviated ID.

    • Providers may need to refer to the youth’s record to research who completed previous assessments.

Points to remember4
Points to Remember it once in the grid.

  • Number of Assessments – this number may not match the number of data points in the Total Scores chart.

  • If more than one assessment was submitted on the same day for a youth, the last assessment will appear on the chart. Multiple submissions were possible in previous CYBER releases but functionality released in early 2011 does not allow this to occur.

Sample domain graph
Sample Domain Graph it once in the grid.

The total score for each domain will be plotted on separate graphs. (Comments, when applicable, will appear below the graph.)

*This is a sample graph of total domain scores for Life Domain Functioning.

Sample domain comments
Sample Domain Comments it once in the grid.

Comments, when entered, for each domain for the selected assessment will appear on the Outcomes Report with the score associated with the section.

Medications diagnosis and recommendations
Medications, Diagnosis and Recommendations it once in the grid.

Medications will include current and past medications, as indicated on selected assessment. (Medications are not included on the Crisis Assessment.)

Diagnosis information will populate from the selected assessment.

Recommendations will appear on Outcomes Reports for Needs Assessments, Needs with BPS and Crisis Assessments.

Questions? it once in the grid.

CSA Contact Information

For questions about Outcomes Management Reporting:

  • By Phone: 1-877-736-9176

  • By Email: servicedesk@performcarenj.org