Annual Reporting for Local Public Health
Annual Reporting is open through March 31, 2018.
What's New? Learn more about why Finance, Staffing, and Title V are moving to REDCap, why community health boards no longer need to submit budgets, and more.
Log In to REDCap: Log into REDCap to submit data for Annual Reporting each spring.
Help with REDCap: Help is here for external partners using REDCap to enter data!
Modules & Guidance: Review guidance provided for each module prior to submitting your data: Finance, staffing, performance measures, and MCH Title V Block Grant.
Frequently Asked Questions: Got a question?
Past Data: Learn about previous years' system priorities and improvements.
Questions and Assistance: Contact Us
Please contact us for help with Annual Reporting.
About Annual Reporting
Each year, Minnesota community health boards report data on programs, activities, and resources, to help monitor the health of the state-local public health partnership. For many years, Annual Reporting was called "PPMRS."
Contact Database for Community Health Boards: CHS administrators are responsible for maintaining the information in the Community Health Board Contact Database in PPMRS.
Accountability Requirements for the Local Public Health Act: There are two components to compliance: statutory requirements, and performance-related accountability requirements.
Monitoring and Revising your Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP): A CHIP is a living document that a community health board routinely reviews, monitors, and updates based on progress, changing needs, and priorities.