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Primary Care Training and Enhancement: Training Primary Care Champions

  • Health Resources and Services Administration
  • Academic Year: 2023-2024
  • Bureau of Health Workforce
  • OMB Number: 0906-0086
  • Annual Performance Report
  • OMB Expiration Date: 03/31/2027


Welcome to the Bureau of Health Workforce’s Performance Measures Handbook (BPMH)! This instruction manual has been carefully designed to assist your organization in completing the required Performance Report for Grants and Cooperative Agreements (PRGCA) which is also referred to as the Annual Performance Report (APR). Please read through this manual carefully, as it contains examples and a series of step-by-step instructions that will aid you in completing all required forms. 

1.  All required performance measures are linked to the following legislative purpose(s) of the PCTE-TPCC grant program:       


The purpose of this grant program is to strengthen primary care and the workforce by training[HB(1]  primary care physicians and physician assistants practicing in community-based settings to lead health care transformation and academic-community partnerships for training. [OGC2]  [WM(3] Characteristics of transformed health care delivery systems identified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) include:


•   Providers across the care continuum participate in integrated or virtually integrated delivery models,

•   Care is coordinated across all providers and settings,

•   High level of patient engagement and quantifiable results on patient experience,

•   Providers leverage the use of health information technology to improve quality,

•   Providers perform at the top of their license and board certification,

•   Population health measures are integrated into the delivery system, and

•   Data are used to drive health system processes.


HRSA also recognizes addressing social determinants of health as a characteristic of transformed health care delivery systems



2.  Data submitted by grantees must cover all activities that took place between July 01, 2023 - June 30, 2024. This is true for all grant programs except NHSC-SLRP. If you are reporting for NHSC-SLRP, data must cover all activities that took place between September 01, 2023 - August 31, 2024


3.  Each year, the APR is due no later than July 31, 2024. Failure to submit an APR by this date may place your grant in a noncompliant status. If you are reporting for NHSC-SLRP, the APR is due no later than September 21, 2024

4.  Officials at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) will review and approve all APRs submitted by grantees. In the case that revisions are needed, you will be granted the ability to re-enter the BPMH system, make corrections, and submit a revised APR. All revisions must be resubmitted within five (5) business days of the initial request. Failure to resubmit a revised APR within five (5) business days may place your grant in a noncompliant status. 


5.  We appreciate your feedback and assistance during this process. If you have any questions or require further assistance in completing your APR, please visit the grants home page or contact the HRSA Call Center.  All requests for technical assistance will be coordinated through the Call Center and responded to promptly: Call Center Phone Number: 877-GO4-HRSA (877-464-4772) or Call Center Online Assistance Form: click here.

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