UDS Test Cooperative
As part of the Uniform Data System (UDS) Modernization Initiative, the UDS Test Cooperative (UTC) was established to systematically test proposed changes to UDS and provide HRSA with evidence on whether a change is feasible. The goal is to evolve UTC into a key support for HRSA’s Learning Health Center System.
The UTC is made up of voluntary representatives from health centers, Primary Care Associations, Health Center Controlled Networks and Health IT Vendors, who work together to test and evaluate proposed UDS changes.
For more information about UDS Modernization, visit the UDS Modernization Initiative webpage.
The UDS Test Cooperative (UTC) marked the beginning of testing, Thursday, February 20th with the Official UTC 2020 Test Kickoff meeting. This marks an exciting new chapter for the UTC and a new phase of collaboration. All six HCCNs and health centers participating in...
The UTC Steering Committee convened again on Tuesday, January 21st. The committee had a fruitful discussion on the best methods and channels to bring awareness of the UTC to broader audiences. The members reviewed 2020 UTC testing updates and proposed topics to be...
The UTC Steering Committee held another meeting on December 6th, hosting a guest speaker — Jackie Wilkerson from NextGen Healthcare. Jackie described how NextGen integrates UDS changes into their product by walking us through their phases of their Software/Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
How do I learn more? How do I take part?
Please come back to this page on a periodic basis to learn more about the latest UTC test. Currently, the UTC Steering Committee members identify health centers to participate in the tests, using a set of criteria specifically developed for that test. If you think you would be a good candidate for an upcoming test, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For more questions, please check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.
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