CRISP Reporting Services (CRS)

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Introducing the New CRS Landing Page

CRISP has launched the new CRS landing page. Instead of two separate CRS Reporting sites – one providing static reports and the other providing interactive reports – there is now a single site where all reports are accessed. You now have access to the new, improved CRISP Reporting Services (CRS) Landing Page.

Why the Change?

Currently, the CRS reports are housed on two, separate sites – one providing static reports and the other providing interactive reports. Our goal is to make it easier for users to access these reports. There will now be a single site with all reports in one location for easier access. Using new technology, we’ve made it easier to access reports, with fewer clicks on a more user-friendly platform. Also, you can now customize your CRS Landing Page to your liking.

What is CRS?

CRISP Reporting Services (CRS) provides secure access to Maryland health care data and related analytics tools to assist health care organizations in improving patient care throughout the state.

CRISP partners with the Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) in order to provide a standard set of monthly reports to all Maryland hospitals. By linking hospital casemix data with unique patient identifiers, CRS is able to provide updated analysis of inter-hospital trends and utilizations. This, in turn, offers health care organizations reports aimed to support quality improvement, strategic planning, financial modeling, and other activities.

CRS uses multiple data sources to offer a unique perspective on readmission rates, potentially avoidable utilization, and other critical measures. CRS products are approved by the Reporting and Analytics Committee, a subcommittee of the CRISP Board, and adhere to best practices in privacy and security.

Who Can Have Access To CRS Reports?

CRS reports are available to partnering hospitals, public health departments, regional partnerships, and ambulatory providers. All prospective CRS participants must first be authenticated and confirmed through their partnering organization.

What Reports Are Available?

Report Types

Hospital Static Reports
(Excel and PDF aggregate and patient-level reporting via the CRS Portal)
Hospital Dynamic Reports

(Dashboards with user-driven filtering via Tableau)
Population Dynamic Reports

(Dashboards with user-driven filtering via Tableau)
Ambulatory & Panel-Based Dynamic Reports


(Dashboards with user-driven filtering via Tableau)
Maryland Hospital Acquired Conditions – MHAC Readmissions Population-Based Hospitalizations and ED Use Reports in Development (Contact the Encounter Notification Services Team to begin ENS Panel submission.)
Potentially Avoidable Utilization – PAU Readmission Drill Down Reports with Service Line and DRGs Ambulatory Sensitive Conditions Reporting with Population and Hospital-Specific Content
Quality Based Reimbursement – QBR Patient Total Hospitalizations with Chronic Condition Filtering Medicare Chronic Conditions Reporting by County
Readmissions Population-Based Hospitalizations and ED Use
Transfers Regional Cross Hospital Use
Ambulatory Sensitive Conditions Reporting with Population and Hospital-Specific Content
Medicare Chronic Conditions Reporting by County
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