The UHMIS Data Quality Plan was approved by the UHMIS Steering Committee on 10/31/19. The plan outlines data quality expectations and monitoring requirements for UHMIS of all organizations that input into UHMIS.
The UHMIS Monitoring Toolkit used for the State Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020) includes the questions and expectations UHMIS inputting organizations will be monitored on during State Fiscal Year 2020 . UHMIS System Administrators will contact each eligible organization in November 2019 to schedule a monitoring visit. This is later than what is outlined in the UHMIS Data Quality Plan, the delay is a direct result to the voting process to the new procedure, and is not expected to occur in State Fiscal Year 2021. UHMIS inputting organizations and users are highly encouraged to review both documents.
UHMIS leadership is proud to present a UHMIS Data Quality Plan for your review. This plan details data quality expectations for UHMIS and monitoring policies for all UHMIS inputting organizations. If you received this email, you will be required to follow the policy proposed once a plan is formally adopted.
We want your and all other homeless services stakeholders input on this plan and have opened it up for public comment.
Please read through the plan and submit your comments before 5:00 PM on September 12, 2019.
After the comment period is closed, UHMIS leadership will reconvene to ensure that all needs are met by this plan.
The plan and comments may be found here: https://forms.gle/YdXuq76Q44NjfWdc6
We are proud to announce the HMIS Reports: Cheat Sheet for Agencies has been published on the UtahHMIS.org Training materials page. This document contains a description of: reports Agencies can use to check and clean up their data, commonly requested reports, and some of the reports we help to submit to the State of Utah, and the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This document also contains a walk-through of each of the reports, and some other things we thought you may find helpful.
Best of all, this is a live document, which means as things change we will change it in the document. If you refer to the document every time you have to run a report, you will always have the most up to date guide.
If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to reach out to us. HMIS@utah.gov