Report Period definition

Report Period as defined in subsection 2.18.
Report Period. The most recent consumer satisfaction survey completed prior to the end of the SFY 2007 contract period. For the EDD performance measure, the MCP must meet the P4P standard for the report period of July - December, 2006 to be considered for SFY 2007 P4P. The MCP meets the P4P standard if one of two criteria are met. The P4P standard is a performance level of either:
Report Period. The period beginning with the final Business Day of the calendar month preceding the current calendar month, and ending on the final Business Day of the current calendar month.

Examples of Report Period in a sentence

  • Changes in Ownership, Operation or ManagementCheck the box to the right if there were any changes in the ownership, operation, or management of the facility during the report period or since the last day of the Report Period.

  • Report Period Workload TotalsPlease report the workload totals for in-house and contract services as requested.

  • The Contractor shall submit reports in accordance with the following schedule: Report Period Covered Due Dates MFMP Transaction Fee Report Calendar month 15th calendar day of the month following the receipt of payment for the vendor’s good or services.

  • The Administrative Agent shall, within 15 days following the last day of each calendar quarter (each such period being a “Report Period”), furnish to the Borrowers a written account with respect to all amounts outstanding under the Loan Accounts as at the last day of such Report Period, including an accounting setting forth, for such Report Period the amounts of principal, interest and other sums paid and payable hereunder.

  • List all services provided by your facility for non-patients.1 2 3 4 (E.g., day care, "meals on wheels", outpatient therapy) Beds at Beginning of Report Period Licensure Level of Care Beds at End of Report Period Licensed Bed Days DuringReport Period None F.


More Definitions of Report Period

Report Period. For the SFY 2006 contract period, performance will be evaluated using the July September 2005 and January - March 2006 report periods. Performance Target for Measures 1. 2, and 3: A minimum case management rate of 80%. Minimum Performance Standard for Measures I. 2, and 3: For results that are below the performance target the performance standard is an improvement level that results in a 20% decrease between the target and the previous reporting period's results. For MCPs that reach or surpass the performance target, then the standard is to keep the results at or above the performance target. Appendix M Penalty for Nonconipliance for Measures 1 and 2: The first time an MCP is noncompliant with the standard for this measure. ODJFS will issue a Sanction Advisory informing the MCP that any future noncompliance instances with the standard for this measure will result in ODJFS imposing a monetary sanction . Upon all subsequent semi-annual measurements of performance, if an MCP is again determined to be noncompliant with the standard (see Section 5) for measures 1 or 2, ODJFS will impose a monetary sanction of one half of one percent of the current month's premium payment. Once the MCP is performing at standard levels and the violations/deficiencies are resolved to the satisfaction of ODJFS, the money will be refunded. Note: For SFY 2006, measure 3 is a reporting-only measure.
Report Period. The report period is one year. Results are calculated and performance is monitored annually. Performance is measured with each review.
Report Period. The report period for this measure is monthly. Results are calculated and performance is monitored monthly. The first reporting month begins with the third month of enrollment.
Report Period. In order to provide timely feedback on the accuracy rate of encounters, the report period will be the most recent from when the measure is initiated. This measure is conducted annually. Medical records retrieval from the provider and submittal to ODJFS or its designee is an integral component of the validation process. ODJFS has optimized the sampling to minimize the number of records required. This methodology requires a high record submittal rate. To aid MCPs in achieving a high submittal rate, ODJFS will give at least an 8 week period to retrieve and submit medical records as a part of the validation process. A record submittal rate will be calculated as a percentage of all records requested for the study.
Report Period. The report period for Measure 2 is monthly. Results are calculated and performance is monitored monthly. The first reporting month begins with the third month of enrollment. Data Quality Standard for measure 2: The data quality standard is a maximum encounter data rejection rate for each file in the ODJFS-specified medium per format as follows: Third through sixth month with membership: 50% Seventh through twelfth month with membership: 25% Files in the ODJFS-specified medium per format that are totally rejected will not be considered in the determination of noncompliance.
Report Period. The report period is one year. Results are calculated and performance is monitored annually. Performance is measured with each review. Data Quality Standard 1: Sufficient encounter data quality in each study area to draw a sample as determined by the external quality review organization Appendix L Penalty for noncompliance with Data Quality Standard 1: For each study that is completed during this contract period, if an MCP is noncompliant with the standard, ODJFS will impose a non-refundable $10,000 monetary sanction. Data Quality Standard 2: A minimum record submittal rate of 85% for each clinical measure. Penalty for noncompliance for Data Quality Standard 2: For each study that is completed during this contract period, if an MCP is noncompliant with the standard, ODJFS will impose a non-refundable $10,000 monetary sanction.
Report Period. For the SFY 2007 contract period, performance will be evaluated using the following report periods: April - June 2006; July - September 2006; October - December 2006 ^nd January - March 2007. For the SFY 2008 contract period, performance will be evaluated using the following report periods: April - June 2007; July - September 2007; October - December 2007 and January - March 2008. Data Quality Standard 1: Data Quality Standard 1 is a maximum encounter data rejection rate of 10% for each file intheODJFS-specified medium per format for encounters submitted in SFY 2004 and thereafter. The measure will be calculated per MCP (i.e., to include all counties serviced by the MCP).