HMIS and PATH. March 2014. Webinar focus. Some basic review Updates to data entry Interim PATH report Future Plans Time for questions. Webinar basics. Questions: We will have a section at the end for questions
Some basic review
Updates to data entry
Interim PATH report
Time for questions
Back date to date of first contact
Enter/look up client record
Complete PATH Assessment (in Assessment section)
Record outreach service provided on date of first outreach on Service Transaction tab
In the Entry/Exit Tab:
PATH providers must record referrals made to another agency for client services.
Add from the Service Transactions Tab
All referrals are made to “Agency PATH Referrals”; a new provider set up in your agency.
Referral Service Options: let Wilder know if you think you need additional or fewer options.
Steps to record a referral:
Click on Service Transactions Tab
Click “Add Referrals”
In the Service Code Quicklist, highlight (by clicking) the needs for which you are referring. To add multiple needs, Ctrl+Click
Click “Add Terms”. Selected needs will display at the bottom of the page.
Use the Referral Provider Quicklist to select the Agency PATH Referrals provider. Then click “Add Provider”.
Steps to record a referral (continued):
Skip “reporting groups”
Select your program in the “Provider” section
Select “this provider only” in the toggle
Operating Year Date Range will be the actual start and end of the report period
Click “build report”
Print out report using “Print” button near top after report is run
All clients must have “mental health problem” selected in the disability sub-assessment plus disability of long-duration= yes OR expected to be of long and continued duration=yes (in sub-assessment)
Housing status must also be answered with literally homeless, imminently losing their housing, or unstably housed and at-risk of losing their housing
Project entry is on or before report start date
Replaces “ineligible” question
Enter specific client ID(s) to highlight sections with responses specific to certain client(s)
Helps with data quality
Covers Universal data elements to provide additional information to state funder
Format is the state format used by most MN funders
Includes clients enrolled in the program (has an entry/exit)