OSHPD administers and maintains several healthcare data reporting programs, which are listed below.
|The Automated Licensing Information and Report Tracking System (ALIRTS) is a web-based information system which enables clinics, hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health agencies and hospices to easily report annual utilization data.|
|Cardiac Online Reporting for California (CORC) is a web-based information system which enables hospitals to submit Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) surgeries to the California CABG Outcomes Reporting Program (CCORP).|
|Medical Information Reporting for California (MIRCal) is OSHPD’s secure internet data collection system for inpatient discharges, emergency department encounters, and ambulatory surgery encounters, which are submitted by hospitals and specialty care clinics.|
|The System for Integrated Electronic Reporting and Auditing (SIERA) is a web-based information system which enables hospitals and long-term care facilities to submit and correct annual and quarterly financial reports, request extensions, view past reports, and perform other financial report functions.|
|The System for Fair Price Hospital Reporting (SyFPHR) is a web-based information system which enables hospitals to submit Healthcare Financial Assistance Policies and Application Forms.|
|California Licensed Midwife Report (LMAR). For more information, please visit The Medical Board of California – Licensed Midwives page.|
|Each hospital is required to submit a copy of its Chargemaster, a list of average charges for 25 common outpatient procedures, and the estimated percentage change in gross revenue due to price changes each July 1.|
|OSHPD's Healthcare Information Division receives and handles public requests for copies of Community Benefits Plans which are submitted by private, non-profit California hospitals.|
|Reports include medical procedures performed outside of a general acute care hospital resulting in the transfer of the patient to a hospital or emergency department. Form is located under the Mandatory Reporting heading near the bottom of MBC's Forms webpage linked at the left. For more information, please visit The Medical Board of California – Patient Transfer page.|
This page was last updated on Tuesday, May 9, 2017.