NEW Options in the Services-Based Data Completeness Report
Check out the new prompts on the services-based data completeness report!
You can find the report here: Public Folder > Data Quality and Completeness Reports > Data Completeness by User - Services Based - 2014 Standards.
Want to run this report for shelter stays and all other services? Keep the default values:
Want to exclude shelter stays? Select No for the "Include shelter stays?" prompt.
Want to exclude all services that are NOT shelter stays? Select No for the "Include non-shelter services?" prompt.
May Training Opportunities
It's May already! Here are some upcoming training opportunities:
302 – Data Clean Up Reports (ART)
May 12 at 10:00 am - 11:30 am
This training will provide an overview of reports available to clean up data in WISP. This training will cover how to run specific data completeness and data quality reports for the WI UDE Assessment (excluding sub-assessment data), and how to read the report.
303 – Sub-Assessment Clean Up Report (ART)
May 19 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
This training will provide instruction on how to run the Sub-Assessment Clean Up Report and how to read the report. This training will cover how to find incongruent data, duplicate entries, and missed verifications for the sub-assessment data that is entered on the WI UDE Assessment and other program-specific assessment. Data from the following sub-assessments are included in this report - disabilities, health insurance, income and non-cash benefits.
New User Training Series
May 21, 26 and 28
TIPS AND TRICKS
New and Improved How To’s
We know it can be helpful to have additional guidance on hand when you are entering data and running reports. That’s why we’ve expanded and organized our How To’s (you can also find them under the Wisconsin tab, next to “Training”). Coming soon: Updated ClientPoint How To guide!
Among the new guidelines is the ETH Reports How To, which helps you run the ESG CAPER canned report and ETH Entry Exit report in ART. As we announced in our 4/16/2015 WISP News, ICA has worked with the Division of Housing to allow these reports to be used instead of the DSO to meet reporting requirements for State ETH funding.
Check out the rest of the guides and, as always, if you have an idea for a How To that you would like to see, please let us know!
For more tips and tricks, visit previous newsletters in the WISP News Archive.