Documents, Reports & Presentations

 

















 

 

 

 

 

GHR Planning Council Essential Reports

 

 

Required Reports

 

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services Report (RSR)

The RSR is a client-level data reporting requirement that monitors characteristics of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients, providers, and clients served. The RSR covers the full calendar year and are submitted online via the Electronic Handbook (EHB). All RSRs must be submitted by 6 pm ET on the last Monday in March.

 

Learn more about the RSR reporting requirements.

 

Review technical assistance resources available to support RSR reporting requirements.

 

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Data Report (ADR)

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part B AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) recipients are required to report client-level data on individuals served, services being delivered, and costs associated with these services through the ADAP Data Report (ADR).

 

Learn more about the ADR reporting requirements.

 

Review technical assistance resources available to support ADR reporting requirements HRSA Exit Disclaimer

 

Dental Services Report (DSR)

The DSR is used by two programs under Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part F: the Dental Reimbursement Program (DRP) and the Community-Based Dental Partnership Program (CBDPP). The report collects data from accredited pre- and post-doctoral dental education programs and dental hygiene education programs regarding oral health services provided to people living with HIV.

 

The following are resources to support DSR reporting requirements:

 

2019 Cover Letter to Community-Based Dental Partnership Recipients (PDF - 18 KB)

2019 DSR Form (PDF - 408 KB)

2019 DSR Instructions (PDF - 285 KB)

2019 DSR Getting Started Guide (PDF - 29 KB)

2019 Database Utility Setup Instructions for Web Download (PDF - 106 KB)

2019 Dental Reimbursement Program Submission Steps (PDF - 24 KB)

2019 DSR Database Utility (ZIP - 178 MB)

National HIV/AIDS Strategy

  • The National HIV/AIDS Strategy is a five-year plan that details principles, priorities, and actions to guide the national response to the HIV epidemic.
  • First released on July 13, 2010, the Strategy identified a set of priorities and strategic action steps tied to measurable outcomes for moving the nation forward in addressing the domestic HIV epidemic.
  • In July 2015, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020 (NHAS 2020) (PDF - 2.2 MB) was updated.
  • NHAS 2020 reflects the work accomplished and the new scientific developments since 2010 and charts a course for collective action across the federal government and all sectors of society to move us close to the Strategy’s vision.

 

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National HIV/AIDS Strategy

  • The National HIV/AIDS Strategy is a five-year plan that details principles, priorities, and actions to guide the national response to the HIV epidemic.
  • First released on July 13, 2010, the Strategy identified a set of priorities and strategic action steps tied to measurable outcomes for moving the nation forward in addressing the domestic HIV epidemic.
  • In July 2015, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020 (NHAS 2020) (PDF - 2.2 MB) was updated.
  • NHAS 2020 reflects the work accomplished and the new scientific developments since 2010 and charts a course for collective action across the federal government and all sectors of society to move us close to the Strategy’s vision.