Presentation on theme: "IX. HPSA and MUA/MUP Lists IX-1. HPSA and MUA/MUP Lists Objective: Participants will: 1) Become familiar with the HPSA and MUA/MUP lists 2) Understand."— Presentation transcript:
Step 3 Select “Status and Type” Skip “Last Update” and “HPSA Score” Step 4 IX-8
Final results: All designation information displayed. IX-9
or to display “current designations” only choose “designated” under status IX-10
HPSA Information (continued) “HPSA ID”For Example: 106999063G 1 st Digit = HPSA type 2-3 digits = State Code 4-6 digits = Formerly County Code 106999063G 1 = Primary Care, 6 = Dental, 7 = Mental 106999063G = CA 106999063G = no longer provided Last 4 digits: 106999063G = Service Area (commonly referred to as HPSA ID) IX-11
HPSA Information (continued) “Designation Status”Definition D = DesignatedNew or continued designation W = WithdrawnHPSA withdrawn at time of Federal Register Notice (FNR) publication. No New Data and Proposed Withdrawals convert to Withdrawn when the next FRN is published. Also a HPSA that has been replaced by a new one, such as a Population Group HPSA replacing a geographic one. P = Proposed WithdrawalHPSA proposed for withdrawal based on review of application N = No New DataHPSA proposed for withdrawal due to lack of new data being submitted as part of annual review IX-12
HPSA Information IX-13 “Type”Definition Geographic Single CountyWhole county designated as HPSA Geographic Service AreaPortions of a county, or portions of multiple counties, designated as a geographic HPSA Population GroupsA population within an area that is designated as a HPSA State Mental HospitalsState run mental health inpatient facilities Correctional InstitutionsFederal & State prisons and youth detention facilities Comprehensive Health Center (CHC) Entities receiving Section 330 funds to operate comprehensive health centers FQHC Look-a-LikeFederally Qualified Health Centers certified as meeting 330 requirements but not receiving grant funds Rural Health Center (RHC)Certified as Rural Health Clinics by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services American IndianTribal Health and Urban Indian programs serving Federally Recognized tribes Indian Health Services (IHS)Indian Health Services sites serving Federally Recognized tribes Other FacilityPublic or private non-profit medical facilities demonstrated to serve a designated area or population group
HPSA Information (continued) IX-14 “FTE”Number of full-time equivalent non-Federal primary medical care/dental/mental health providers serving the area, population group, or facility “Last Updated”Date of last update “# Short”The number of FTE providers need to remove the designation [also known as the de-designation threshold] “Metro/Non-Metro”County-level Metropolitan Area Classifications are determined by Office of Management and Budget. More information is available at the U.S. Census Bureau.
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