Our team truly believes in the power of data. NH-HMIS is the vehicle we use to help drive additional funding to better serve our clients. We look forward to working with you all to help NH meet, and even exceed its HMIS goals.

New ROIs

Starting tomorrow, November 1st
We are introducing a Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD) form and a new Release of Information (ROI) for HMIS. These will be in addition to our existing Client Acknowledgement Form, which can be found on the NH-HMIS website. I have also attached copies. We have created a “Helper Guide”
http://nh-hmis.org/sites/default/files/forms/NH-HMIS_SUD_ROI_Oct2018_v2.pdf

Notice of 2018 Annual HMIS Training

To all NH-HMIS Admins and Users:

We will begin 2018 Annual HMIS Training on September 25th and will continue through October 4th of this year. In the past, we reserved a week for the mandatory in-person training to the three CoCs. This year, however, we are offering something different -- a mandatory data quality, reports, and privacy training via GoToMeeting. You only need to attend ONE session.

There are no changes to the HMIS Data Standard and no changes to the Servicepoint Software.

Tags:

Helper Guide – Interim Review and Follow Up Review

ANNUAL ASSESSMENT for clients – APR or ESG reporting

PIT, HIC and SPM deadlines

System Performance Measures

March 1, 2018
HDX Opened for Data Entry
May 31, 2018 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Deadline for Submitting Sys PM Data

Housing Inventory and Point-in-Time Counts
March 1, 2018
HDX opened for data entry
April 30, 2018 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Deadline for Submitting HIC and PIT Count Data

Attachment: QA for 2018 HIC and PIT by Category 2018

Heading - AHAR HMIS data quality

Thanks to everyone who worked so hard on their HMIS data quality! We appreciated all of the fast responses to our requests for data corrections during the AHAR data clean up.

Winter Newsletter is ready!

Winter 2017 Newsletter – issued Dec 2017
Covered in this exciting addition of the Newsletter is:

ServicePoint updated to support the new HUD Data Standard

HMIS/Servicepoint has been updated to support the new Data Standard. You can find the new HUD documents at:

https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/3824/hmis-data-dictionary/

You can find the intake forms are on the right side of the page. These documents are in .pdf form, if you would like the documents in word format let us know.

If you have any issues or questions don’t hesitate to open a HMIS ticket and someone will get back to you as soon as we can.

The Summer Newsletter is ready!

Hope you are enjoying your summer. Happy reading!

Save the date!

October 16-20 (Monday-Friday): Mandatory HMIS Recertification Training for all end users and agency administrators will be held during the week of 10/16/17. Please join us at one of the following locations:

Nashua: Monday 10/16 at Harbor Homes, (45 High Street)

Manchester: Tuesday 10/17 at Manchester Community Resource Center (434 Lake Avenue)

Concord: Wednesday through Friday 10/18 – 10/20 at DHHS training room (64 South Street)

New 0640 HUD Data Quality Framework v1 Report is Now Available in ART

The new 0640 HUD Data Quality Framework v1 report is now available in ART. We have a helper guide to assist you.

This is a new report required by HUD for all CoCs

Spring 2017 Newsletter

The Spring 2017 newsletter is available! We hope you are all comfortable with change, because there are many things will be different for us in these next few months.

The APR has moved from ART to Servicepoint
CoCs are being offered a second chance to upload System Performance Measurements data from last year.
There’s a new data tab related to a new report you’ll be seeing within the SPM module in HDX
Our ServicePoint software is now developed and serviced by Mediware Systems.
NH-HMIS offices have moved into a new location.

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