Colorado Health Corps reporting
The semi-annual report helps the Primary Care Office monitor your compliance with contract requirements and evaluate the program's effectiveness in increasing provider capacity in Health Professional Shortage Areas. All current participants must submit a semi-annual report at six-month intervals (in January and July) and upon completion of the program.
Your next report will be due in July 2019.
Direct clinic care is a medically necessary or preventive medical, dental, mental health, or behavioral health visit. The visit must be a face-to-face/one-on-one encounter, or group encounter as in the case of substance use disorder treatment, between the patient and clinician during which time one or more services are rendered.
- Personal information: last name, first name, email address.
- Total mean hours worked per week during the reporting period.
- Total days away from your job for any reason, including holiday, vacation, sick, leave, administrative leave, medical leave, snow days, continuing education, training days, etc.
- Total number of patient encounters for the reporting period.
- Number of patient encounters for Medicaid, Medicare, Children’s Health Plan+ and uninsured encounters using a sliding fee scale.
- Site manager contact information for independent certification of the report.
The exit survey helps the Primary Care Office improve the quality of the program based on your feedback. It also allows us to determine the attributes of a successful provider and practice site according to program priorities. All providers must complete this survey before we can issue a letter of completion for participation in the Colorado Health Service Corps.