Kansas Substance Use Reporting Solution

In October 2018, the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) determined that the Kansas Client Placement Criteria (KCPC) system could no longer be supported by the state and ended the transmission of client records. In addition to assessment and authorization of services, a critical function of the KCPC was the collection of admission and discharge data for SAMHSA’s Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) and National Outcome Measures (NOMs). The submission of this data is necessary for Kansas to continue receiving federal funding for substance use disorder treatment.

While the state continues to explore a range of options to replace the KCPC system, all Kansas substance use treatment providers who accept public funding will be required to collect and submit TEDS data to the new Kansas Substance Use Reporting Solution (KSURS). Providers will have two options to submit data to KSURS: 1) manually enter treatment information through an online application; or 2) submit a bulk load in a file format provided and validated by the state.

You can access the KSURS website here.


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