Quality Assurance Reports
This document describes: 1) how to access and run quality assurance reports; 2) the report used to identify duplicate clients and how to report duplicate clients to MDH; 3) the reports used to identify missing/incomplete information and how to make corrections; and 4) how to save, download and print reports from Minnesota CAREWare.
Required Fields in Minnesota CAREWare
This document describes the fields required in Minnesota CAREWare, identifies which fields are cross-provider (can be viewed/edited by all providers serving a particular client), and the frequency with which data entry/submission is required.
Required Fields in Minnesota CAREWare (PDF: 105KB/7 pages) REVISED 11/2013
Minnesota CAREWare User Manual
The Minnesota CAREWare User Manual has now been updated. We will continue to expand the manual with additional information.
You may download either the full user manual, or a specific section.
Minnesota CAREWare User Manual (PDF: 5.36MB/158 pages) REVISED 9/2013
The Basics (PDF: 1.4MB/24 pages) REVISED 9/2013
Demographic Information (PDF: 901KB/18 pages) REVISED 9/2013
Service Information (PDF: 1.35MB/18 pages) REVISED 9/2013
Annual Review Information (PDF: 275KB/8 pages)
Form I (PDF: 355KB/9 pages) REVISED 9/2013
Clinical Information (PDF: 740KB/10 pages)
Reports (PDF: 1.43MB/20 pages)
Administrative Functions (PDF: 602KB/12 pages) REVISED 9/2013
HRSA Resources for Standard CAREWareFor standard CAREWare user manuals, webcast trainings and supporting documentation, visit HRSA’s Ryan White CAREWare website at http://hab.hrsa.gov/careware
For user manuals, click on the link for Supporting Documentation
Support related to the standard CAREWare application is available Monday-Friday from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time.
Support is available through:
- A toll-free helpline at 1-877-CWHELP1 or 1-877-294-3571
- A dedicated RW CAREWare email address at email@example.com
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