2021-2022 APR Tips and Tricks

As you work to finish your APR, our goal is to make submitting your APR easy and painless! If you have any additional questions about your APR, please feel free to contact us. You can submit a ticket under the Support tab, email help@data-keeper.com, or call 1-800-532-7148. The 21-22 APR has quite a few different […]

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Screenings and APR FAQs

Since the Screening update in February, there are been some questions in regards to how screenings are counted on the APR. Here are some frequently asked questions regarding screenings and the APR. Question: On the Screening page-why do we have Health screening listed along with the PAT Health Record.  The Health asks if the Health

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APR Milestones Updates

We had several questions regarding the Milestones question on the APR. We have updated our APR to include some additional calculations that we think you will find helpful. Also remember, you can click on the number to see the list of children/visits included in each number. 2 different calculations are now being offered for Milestones:

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Latest Additions 12/19/2017

First of all we wish you all a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year. We hope you all have a very festive holiday season. Here the latest updates we released this week. LATEST ADDITIONS PAT Data In Motion We’re working our way through the Data In Motion document to get Visit Tracker up-to-date

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APR: Calculating the 90 day deadline for new families and children

On a previous post announcing the updated APR, it was noted that “Newly enrolled” is defined by the very first Personal Visit Record (PVR) falling inside the reporting period – items II2 and II12. This first private contact determines the 90 day compliance timeline for family centered assessments and completed screenings. There has been some

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