Good News: In the past two fiscal years, the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has given health centers supplemental funding for outreach and enrollment work. Thirty of Oregon's 32 health centers applied for and received this funding.
Click the images below for details on this funding and other HRSA-related topics:
Quarterly Progress Reporting (QPR)
Every quarter, OE HRSA grantees must submit a report of their efforts. Specifically HRSA asks that grantees submit challenges/barriers and best practices/lessons learned. Grantees must also track the number of people assisted, applications submitted and estimated number of enrollments into comprehensive and long-term coverage.
Resources and Tools
Health Center OE 2015 QPR Training Presentation– Everything you need to know about QPRs. Updated Dec. 2014.
Health Center OE QPR Frequently Asked Questions - Have questions about the QPR from the presentation above? Take a look at HRSA QPR FAQ. Updated Oct. 2014.
Quick Reference Guide for the Electronic Handbook (EHB) - New to the EHB and need to submit an O&E QPR? Please use this guide for step by step instructions.
Oregon Specific Guidelines for Tracking – Due to Oregon’s unique enrollment situation, use this guide as a supplement to HRSA's guidelines above. Updated October, 2014.
O&E Data Tracking Templates from FQHCs
- Mosaic Medical
- Linn Benton County
- Neighborhood Health Center
- Health Point of King County, Washington
If you would like to share your own data tracking sheet, visit our Resources from Your OEW Colleagues page.