The section below contains information about each tab in the Iowa FSSD Report.
“Active/Inactive” status in DAISEY does not apply determine who is counted in this report. Meaning, because a Child or Primary Caregiver is entered as “Inactive” does not exclude them from these reports.
Instructions for accessing underlying client level data and downloading PDF versions of reports are available in the DAISEY Technical Assistance Brief – How to Use DAISEY Reports.
What does this report represent
The data in this report represents fields that have missing answers (left blank) in the corresponding form in DAISEY. The missing data in each bar will be represented by a yellow box and the completed fields are represented by a gray box.
Use the following filters to determine the data to review:
Reporting Year (fiscal year), Reporting Period (Quarter), and Short-term or Long-term program (applies PFS/LSP tab only), Organization Name, Program Name and County Name.
1- Caregiver Profile Missing Data
Form: Primary Caregiver Profile
Questions considered: Individual Primary Caregiver Profile data fields from DAISEY represented in report (graphic on right), Primary Caregiver Discharge Date
Who is counted: All Primary Caregivers that are actively enrolled anytime during the date range selected. This includes Primary Caregiver’s who were discharged from services during the date range selected.
- This dashboard shows an Overall rate of missing data for the organizations and/or programs the user has access to in DAISEY (Fig. 1 Top, left graph). Use filters to see more program specific data.
- The fields on the right (Fig. 1) represent fields in the primary caregiver profile in DAISEY. The yellow boxes indicate profiles missing those fields. For example, in the above visual, 31% of caregivers are missing the Primary Language Spoken in the Home answer in their profile. To view the caregivers missing that field, review the underlying data. The _Caregiver column will provide the primary caregiver name and DAISEY ID needed to complete the field for that primary caregiver.
- By hovering over the Overall label on the top-left bar graph, a plus (+) sign will appear. The user can drill down into the organization, program, home visitor, and caregiver ID (Fig. 2) by continuing to select the “+” that appears over the name. The last column will be the Caregiver ID for primary caregivers who are missing fields in their profile. To remove those filters, select “Revert” at the bottom of the screen or select “-“ where the “+” previously appeared.