Health Center Program Uniform Data System (UDS) Data
Health Center Program awardees and look-alikes are required to report on a core set of measures each calendar year as defined in the UDS, a standardized reporting system. HRSA uses UDS data to assess the impact and performance of the Health Center Program, and to promote data-driven quality improvement. Explore aggregated UDS data on health center patient characteristics, services provided, clinical processes and health outcomes, patients' use of services, staffing, costs, and revenues.
View national, state/territory, and health center UDS data profiles for Health Center Program awardees and look-alikes.
View UDS data from health centers that receive grant funding to serve special populations through the Health Care for the Homeless, Migrant Health Centers and Public Housing Primary Care programs.
View a national summary of UDS data on poverty level, insurance status, and race and ethnicity of patients served by Health Center Program awardees and look-alikes.
View how one state/territory compares to the national average or to another state/territory on key UDS data points: total number of patients served by service category, target populations, and other patient characteristics.