Statewide Missing Data Reports
These reports compare the number of individuals who had outcomes ratings in the statewide database to the number of individuals who received services that made them eligible to have their outcomes reported for a specific time period. They allow agencies and boards to see how they are doing with regard to outcomes implementation, in comparison with others both in and outside of their local areas.
In January 2007, an additional Missing Data Report was generated that breaks out submission information by instrument. It should be much more useful in tracking where data are and are not reported. Also available is a document called Missing Data Report Evolution that describes how the Missing Data Report will be revised incrementally over time so that it is increasingly informative about reporting patterns.
The Ohio Department of Mental Health (ODMH) Outcomes Support Team has created documents (listed below) to provide a process to help agencies better understand and reconcile the outcomes data they submit with the data that are accepted into ODMH’s production database. Frequently, agencies believe the Missing Data Report incorrectly reports their data flow. These documents are designed to guide agencies through the process and to help agencies recognize potential data flow problems. In addition, beginning with Missing Data Report #17-All Consumers, the SPSS code used to create the reports will also be posted.
Report 19-All Consumers
Report 19-All Consumers SPSS Code
Report 19-Instruments SPSS Code
Report 18-All Consumers
Report 18-All Consumers SPSS Code
Report 18-Instruments SPSS Code
Report 17-All Consumers SPSS Code
Report 17-All Consumers