Check out this email that was sent to Agency Administrators with the latest updates to HMIS version 6, including updates on the Export Schedule page, reactivating enrollments, and entering exit questions!
Check out this list of the Common Issues in HMIS Version 6, as well as updates on when these issues will be resolved. Please continue to send any issues you are experiencing to the HMIS Helpdesk so we can work with Adsystech to resolve them.
For any agencies completing CSV Exports in version 5, please use this tracking document to track the changes you are making in HMIS.
We appreciate your patience during this process!
Check out how your projects compare to other projects in Orange County with the HMIS Q4 2016 Report Cards! These report cards review data timeliness, entries referred from the Coordinated Entry System, and average data quality score for Universal Data Elements, Program Specific Data Elements at Entry, and Program Specific Data Elements at Exit.
Please be advised that the HMIS system will be unavailable on December 2, 2016, from 10PM to 2AM PST while Patch 244 is being applied to HMIS. We apologize for any inconvenience.
HMIS Q3 2016 Report Cards have been published and are available here! These report cards review data quality and data timeliness for each project, and include average data quality scores by project type! Also, check out the newest report card, Entries Referred from the Coordinated Entry System!
The 2016 HIC and Sheltered PIT numbers for Orange County have been posted here!
Please be advised that the HMIS system will be unavailable on October 28, 2016, from 10PM to 2AM PST while Patch 243 is being applied to HMIS. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Check out the October 2016 Data Matters Newsletter available here!
As of October 1st, the data elements in HMIS have been updated to reflect the new Data Standards released by HUD. The HMIS Intake, Annual Assessment, and Exit forms have also been updated to match HMIS, and are published on our website here. For more information, check out the October 2016 Data Matters Newsletter!
Check out the HMIS Spotlight for October 2016 here! This month’s spotlight is the top 3 projects with shortest average length of stay in Street Outreach, Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, and Rapid Re-housing!