PPMRS: LPH Planning and Performance Measurement Reporting System

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Overview

Learn more about changes for 2014, and what PPMRS means for performance management.


Instructions for Reporting

We encourage you to consult with your colleagues (especially in multi-county CHBs) in order to ensure that you are able to provide valid, reliable information. Be honest and thoughtful about what your CHB is doing in each area of responsibility.

To help you to gather that information in preparation for completing PPRMS reporting, the documents below contain all measures and instructions for this year's reporting cycle. We encourage you to print these documents and use them as a reference while reporting into PPMRS, as they contain instructions that will be useful throughout reporting.

These instructions replace previously available guidance for 2014 reporting.

Icon 2014 PPMRS Instructions [All Areas] (726KB / 87 pages) pp. 1-87

Help: PPMRS Training and Webinar

Img LPH Act Performance Measures: Instructions for PPMRS Reporting in 2014 (January 2014)
Img Changes in PPMRS: 2014 Reporting on 2013 Data (November 2012)

Share Information with your Peers

Do you have a tool you use to collect and organize reporting data? Share it!

Img Washington County PPMRS Reporting Tool (63KB)
  Questions: Alex Eichman, Washington Co. (651-430-6686)
  Please Note: This tool was developed by Washington County for its own internal use, and is intended as an example only. It may not reflect recent changes to performance measures, and does not provide instructions on how to report data.

Archive: Data from Past Years

View data and reports from 2005 to the present on Finance, Staffing, and Performance Measures. Learn more.

  • As in the previous reporting cycle, MDH will use the data submitted to produce reports specific to CHBs and their regions and system-wide summary reports.
  • The SCHSAC Performance Improvement Steering Committee will use system-level data to monitor progress toward system objectives.

References

  1. For more information on the SCHSAC decision to align with the national standards, read the SCHSAC Performance Improvement and Accreditation Workgroup's final report: National Public Health Standards and Voluntary Accreditation (PDF: 725KB / 56 pages). [return]