CROWNWeb Data Management Guidelines
The CROWNWeb Data Management Guidelines contain CMS-recommended processes for overseeing CROWNWeb data submissions and reporting. The Guidelines go into effect January 2016.
On January 5, 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released CROWNWeb 4.9. As part of this release, enhancements and new field elements were added to the Influenza Vaccination and Pneumococcal Vaccination fields on the Clinical screen.
Historically, the vaccination fields have followed a carry-over logic – allowing submitted data to carry-over from month to month. However, since these enhancements introduced new functionality and fields, Influenza Vaccination and Pneumococcal Vaccination data submitted prior to the release of CROWNWeb 4.9 will not carry over. (Note: This change does not impact data submitted for Hepatitis fields.)
CROWNWeb will continue to follow the carry-over process for all new data entered in 2016 for Influenza Vaccination, Pneumococcal Vaccination, and Hepatitis fields. Please note that even though the previous immunization selections are no longer visible in CROWNWeb, previously submitted data are stored in the database and will be included as part of the Clinical Extract for November and December 2015 reported data.
The OCT Team would like to announce the availability of the February CROWNWeb newsletter on the Newsletters page of this website and via email. To view this and past newsletters, please visit the Newsletters page and the Archived Newsletters page, and to sign up to receive the monthly newsletter and other announcements, please use the sign-up form at the left side menu on this website.
Are you new to CROWNWeb, or just need a refresher on how to use the system? Do you need help completing the CMS-2744? The CROWNWeb OCT team has courses for you!
The slides from the January 28th “CROWNWeb – System Progression and Things to Come” Town Hall are available for download. Please click on this link to view the event details or this link to download the slides directly.
Please click here to view a list of all previous updates and announcements.